Azure AD Connect: How data migrates to Cloud?

When migrating to Office 365 environment, mostly organizations preserve the old on-premises structure. Sometimes it is because the migration process can take quite a bit of time to finish, or may be the company wants to follow the hybrid scenario. An Easy “Video Tutorial” as an addon is also included in this blog for live

Who pays for Open Source (free softwares)?

Do we ever wonder who pays for the free software’s we use daily. How the big companies providing free software for years continue to survive? It may be What’s App, free E-mail services, Cloud Storage Services like Google Drive etc. Lets find out the truth behind it. It is a misconception among us that open

Why world’s Top Universities teach Blockchain?

Blockchain was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto in 2008 to serve as the public transaction ledger of the cryptocurrency bitcoin. In simple words, its a digital ledger” stored in a distributed network. A blockchain is a growing list of records, called blocks, which are linked using cryptography. Blocks hold batches of valid transactions that are hashed,

Why Tempered Glass is not stronger than Gorilla?

Glass is not understood as most materials, because it straddles the line between liquid and solid. It is important to protect touch screens as phones don’t function properly if their screen are damaged. Tempered Glass: Tempered glass is about four times stronger than “ordinary,” or annealed, glass. Its made by heating the glass and then

JioGigaFiber: The Next Generation Broadband Service

Reliance Chairman Mr. Mukesh Ambani on July 5, 2018, launched its fibre-based broadband service – JioGigaFiber in India. Registration started from 15th August 2018 in more than 1100 cities. What is JioGigaFiber? Jio GigaFiber is basically a broadband service by Jio provided using a flexible Fiber Cable. When data has to travel a long distance,

DNS: How Google connects to its Server?

The Domain Name System (or DNS) converts human readable domain names (www.google.com) into Internet Protocol (IP) addresses (173.194.39.78). Computers can only communicate using series of numbers, so DNS was developed as a sort of “phone book” that translates the domain you enter in your browser into a computer readable IP. A Brief History of the