Protecting Your Server From Hackers

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Most businesses, offices, and organizations have now gone digital. It means that most processes are no longer done the usual pen and paper way but rather computerized. Important company or business records or files are encoded on a computer for ease of use and convenience. You can just pull one up when you need it and no longer need to sort through piles of documents to get what you need.

No matter how convenient this advanced technology has made everyone’s life, it also has its flaws. Computer servers are at high risk of hacking. Hackers will do their best to steal important data for profit or mess with a server’s system to show the world how unstoppable they have become.

Even big companies like Apple have server issues. And Apple will not sit around and put at risk the safety and security of their users and their data.

A new report today from The Information shares that Apple found potential security issues with at least one server early last year. Apple purchased the server from Super Micro Computer and