If you have a business, office, or even home where you conduct a vast array of business activities, you may be aware of how important it is to ensure that any documents you are wanting to dispose are shredded. By shredding documents that may have confidential data on them, you are essentially preserving your security and privacy. Oftentimes, many documents may have important data, such as: social security numbers, credit card numbers, phone numbers, and other pieces of information you may consider to be private. Any time you find yourself rummaging through important documents and find that there are important pieces of information on them, you should know that any time you decide to dispose those documents, you run the risk of potentially giving away such data to criminals.
DNS is not one of those terms that comes up in a conversation unless you are a computer geek that deals with those terms and phrases all the time. DNS is a domain name server. The experts compare this to a telephone book system. The server locates the numerical IP Address of the host that was typed into the browser. People are good at remembering names, but find it difficult to deal with numbers. However, computers are great at using numbers. Here is more about DNS.