Author: Stephen Wagner
Stephen Wagner
Calgary, Alberta (Canada)
President of Digitally Accurate Inc. (also operating as D.A. Consulting)
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Today is our 10th year anniversary!

Today we are happy to announce we’ve officially been in business for 10 years! It was exactly 10 years ago today that we were incorporated (July 27th, 2006). It has been 10 years that have passed by very quickly that

Posted in Business

Ready to Virtualize? Here’s some important considerations…

When a business makes the decision to virtualize, a whole new world opens up. Virtualization increases the capabilities of performance, disaster recovery, uptime, management of servers, management of infrastructure, the list goes on. However, you need to make sure you

Posted in Backup and Disaster Recovery, Business, Storage, Virtualization, VMware

Client Configuration Example

In an effort to better explain Digitally Accurate’s capabilities and demo some of the solutions we implement, support, and manage we’ve decided to start putting some of our client configurations online! This specific configuration we put together for an Oil

Posted in Backup and Disaster Recovery, Business, Client Configurations, HP, Microsoft, Remote Access, Security, Small Business Server, Storage

Company website has been updated!

As of today, we have rolled out a new website on or corporate site. Any feedback is appreciated! Go to http://www.digitallyaccurate.com to check out the new layout and let us know what you think! Tweet

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Digitally Accurate Inc. hits 6 years in business!

Digitally Accurate Inc. turns 6 years old today! Thanks goes out to our awesome clients and vendors who made this possible! Go to http://www.digitallyaccurate.com for information! Tweet

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The importance of keeping up-to-date IT Documentation (as well as Disaster Recovery plan/policies)

When going in to a new potential customer one of the biggest problems we always run in to, is that the customer has absolutely no documentation for their IT environment, no disaster recovery plan or policy, and no documents explaining

Posted in Backup and Disaster Recovery, Business, Security

Virus that only infects your RAM, uses no files, and is very hard to detect! Infects via Java Vulnerability!

We are writing you today to just re-iterate the importance of keeping your systems up to date. And when we refer to up to date, we mean all Microsoft Updates, 3rd party updates, Java Updates, Adobe updates, etc… Today we

Posted in Microsoft, Security, Small Business Server, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP

RDP Vulnerability – Update your Microsoft Windows Servers ASAP

Microsoft is urging companies to install a Microsoft Security Update. MS Security Bulletin MS12-020 is marked as critical and patches a security vulnerability in the Remote Desktop Service. Remote Desktop Services (RDP) is used by both users and IT admins.

Posted in Microsoft, Security

What does your remote access solution do for you and your company?

One of the biggest mistakes I see these days are companies implementing horrible remote access solutions. Almost 90% of the time, the customer doesn’t have the proper infrastructure in place, and that’s why they are looking for 3rd party remote

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The Cloud… Where is IT leading you?

Let’s face it, everywhere we go these days we hear the term “The Cloud”. But what does it mean? What does it do for us? Is it for home folk to use to store their music? Or is it something

Posted in Business, Cloud