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When Microsoft officially announced the details this morning of the Xbox One’s SkyDrive app, I enjoyed a brief reverie imagining this might constitute an excuse for pretending an Xbox One was an office productivity tool. Unfortunately, the app seems too limited for that.
Not too long ago, Amazon introduced Glacier, an online storage/archiving solution that starts at mere cents per GB per month. Depending on your storage needs, Amazon Glacier could be the most cost-efficient way to back up your data for a lifetime. Here’s what you need to know about it and how to set it up.
The most frequently-discussed elements of Amazon Web Services (AWS) are its EC2 virtual server options and S3 cloud storage. Yet some long-term AWS customers reserve their highest praise for a rather more obscure product: the Route 53 scalable DNS management service.