Amazon Cloud Storage Is Not Clouded, Amazon Cloud Vapes Is Not an E-Liquid
AUSTRALIA is the latest country to announce plans to make cloud storage more available to retailers.
Amazon Cloud Storage, the company’s cloud storage platform, will now be available to stores with a credit card or membership in a cloud-based service.
It was previously only available to Amazon.com customers.
Amazon Cloud has been the subject of criticism from consumers and critics, and Amazon has denied any wrongdoing.
Amazon currently offers its own storage, called Amazon Glacier, which is cloud-enabled.
Amazon’s Cloud Storage service, which currently has no pricing plans, is also being made available to other retailers in the coming weeks.
“Amazon Cloud has always been a key part of our business, and it is no surprise to see it expand to more retailers, including our existing partners,” Amazon said in a statement.
“We are excited to announce that our customers will now have access to Amazon Cloud when they purchase an Amazon.ca or Amazon.co.uk membership, as well as when using our new Amazon Cloud Drive.”
The new service will offer Amazon customers the opportunity to use Amazon Cloud with any of their Amazon.net accounts, including the Amazon Cloud Suite, which gives customers the flexibility to access and manage cloud storage across all of their accounts.
“Amazon says its new Cloud service will work with the Amazon.me, Amazon.io and Amazon.tv accounts.
Amazon says the service is not yet available for non-members, and only works with accounts signed into those platforms.
Amazon says customers will be able to purchase a membership to the new service at any time through its site or through Amazon Cloud.
The company’s announcement comes days after Amazon launched its own cloud storage service, Amazon Glacier.