The Public cloud is a cloud deployment model that is delivered over the public internet to multiple users or customers by the third-party providers. This can be offered as a paid service or free of charge to anyone who wishes to purchase or use them. Public cloud service providers may offer cloud-based services like Iaas (Infrastructure as a service), Paas (Platform as a service), and Saas (Software as a service) to users on monthly or pay-per-use charges providing no need to hosting these services on-site in their own data center. Public Cloud can save customers or clients from the expensive … Continue reading Public Cloud: Definition, Features, Advantages, and Disadvantages
Maybe it was a sunny, summer day when you found out. Maybe it felt like everyone around you was having the best day ever, while you sat in a chair that was much too hard and a room that was far too cold. Or maybe it was miserable outside. The weather, a reflection of the inner turmoil you felt upon hearing the news. Whatever the weather was that day, the reality is that there is never a “good time” to find out you have diabetes. Finding out you have diabetes is a life changing experience. Over 422 million people worldwide have … Continue reading Diabetes and Mental Health
Cloud computing is the on-demand availability of computer services like data storage, application migration, etc. based on the “pay-as-you-go” model. Instead of saving and recording file/s in hard drives or manually handled registers, cloud-based storage facilitates to save them to a remote database for lifelong. Cloud computing gains popularity for screening and gathering data for fireballs, intrusion identification, counteractive action framework, etc. and rewarding cost savings, increased productivity, performance, efficiency, and security. The availability of cloud-based services is limited to private cloud (single customer based) and public cloud (shared with multiple customers). Cloud computing in layman language is a virtual … Continue reading Cloud Computing – A Brief Description.
Sugar is something which most of us crave for. While intaking such diets, we do not put on the limit because of its taste. We consume sugar mostly after meals like sweets, candies, and drinking products. WHO’s new draft guidelines suggest daily sugar consumption should be limited to 5% or less than 10% which means women need 6 teaspoons (100 calories) of sugar a day and men need 9 teaspoons (150 calories) of sugar a day. Most of people rely on processed food and drinks for their meals and snacks which contains added sugar contributing more calories intake in a … Continue reading Say No To Excess Sugar
Problems are an eminent part of life. We can not imagine a life without curves or problems. Solving a problem is directly proportional to happiness. The more we solve problems, the happier we are. Solving a problem leads to the birth of another problem and thus, it is an ongoing process. When we start solving a problem on obesity (as an example) new problems like getting up early, and going for work out, finding the right gym, taking proper diets seem challenging, but accepting them and putting continuous effort to cope with these challenges open a way to happiness. We … Continue reading Happiness Comes From Solving Problems.
Love does not begin and end the way we seem to think it does. Love is a battle, love is a war, love is a growing up. – James Baldwin Love is a thin thread that bounds all relationships. We may have waited a long to hear ‘I Love You’ from others because it awards ardour and contentment. Love is the existence of this universe and all the living organisms hinge on the three magical words – I Love You. But, have we ever thought to show ourselves some love? Do we say ‘I Love you’ to ourselves? The answer … Continue reading Show Yourself Some Love. Say “I Love You” to Yourself.
Hey, don’t worry, everything will be fine, and this is normal with everyone. Oh! Because of this you are tensed, if XYZ can handle this, then why not you? Listen, this is not a critical issue, comeOn! Nothing to worry, you have that potential to cope with any situation. Hey, now, you are exaggerating the problem, remember, humans are stronger than this, and you are a human (said with a smile and pat on the shoulder). I know you are going through a lot. A problem is a problem, no matter how big or small. But we should not lose … Continue reading Toxic Positivity is real and it does exist.
Life always reminds us of its topsy turvy nature through crises – personal, professional, or both. As long as we are alive crises are one of our best companions. One fine day of January this year, I noticed some behavioural changes in one of my friends and colleagues. No one knows what was happened to him, but his behaviour was changed now. After some efforts, he broke out and revealed his personal crisis. Of course, I am not discussing his personal crisis in this article. But many people fail to balance their personal life and professional life. My friend is … Continue reading Going Through a Personal Crisis at The Workplace, Put an End to It Now.