Everyone Can Now Use Amazon Zocalo

Amazon Web Services (AWS) launched its Zocalo secure document storage and collaboration service last month, but only in a limited preview. Now Zocalo, designed to operate with its WorkSpaces virtual desktop, is available to all customers.

There’s a 30-day free trial with 200GB per user for up to 50 users. After that, you’ll pay $US5 per user per month, with additional fees if you need more storage above 200GB. Customers using WorkSpaces receive 50GB a month for free, and can upgrade to 200GB for $US2 per user per month. It’s a busy week for cloud storage — Dropbox has also just cut its prices.

Amazon Zocalo — now generally available [AWS Blog]

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