The file sharing section got a new competitor, this time its big from the eCommerce giant Amazon. Amazon launched Zocalo a new enterprise file sharing service. Zocalo can become a competitor for Microsoft’s SharePoint Online and Box.
Amazon announced about Zocalo says” Zocalo is a fully managed, secure document storage and sharing service designed specifically for the needs of the enterprise. As you will see as you review this post, Zocalo provides users with secure access to documents, regardless of their location, device, or formal relationship to the organization.
Zocalo gives you simple, straightforward access to your documents anytime and from anywhere, regardless of location or device. Zocalo supports versioned review and markup of a multitude of document types, and was designed to allow security-conscious administrators to control and audit access to accounts and documents.”
You can install Zocalo on your computer that running Windows 7 or MacOS version 10.7 or later. Also you acn access Zocalo from your iPad, Android Tablet and from Kindle Fire.
Amazon is charging $5 per user per month for the service, with each user having access to 200GB of storage and Zocalo integration for free with a 50GB per user storage limit to Amazon WorkSpaces customers.
Customers can get started using Amazon Zocalo with a 30-day free trial providing 200 GB of storage per user for up to 50 users. Additional Storage over 200 GB per user and you can get up to a big 5000 TB / Month with paid subscription.