Category: Windows XP

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

Finally updated our site with our “Managed Services” offerings!

Please be sure to check out our Managed Services offerings on our website!

Microsoft Windows XP Service Pack 2 End of Support – Support Ends July 13th 2010

This is just a reminder that the end of support for Microsoft XP Service Pack 2 is tomorrow. Please make sure you have upgraded to SP3 to continue receiving important updates and security fixes. Please note that if you are

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How Windows SBS 2008 can help when your workstations blow up…

Two features of Microsoft Small Business Server 2008 that has made my life easier, and my client’s life easier are Folder Redirection and Microsoft Exchange. Both features are included in the Microsoft Small Business Server 2008 package. Let’s recap what

IMPORTANT: Update your Java

Hello, Over the past few weeks, we at Digitally Accurate have been monitoring certain issues regarding security vulnerabilities in previous versions of Java.   These Vulnerabilities have been leading to security issues and in worst case scenarios have led to complete

SBS 2008 to SBS 2008 Migration

Back in February I was tasked with providing a migration from Microsoft Small Business Server 2008 to Microsoft Small Business Server 2008 (Premium Edition). The client was outgrowing their hardware and due to the fact that the hardware was coming

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