Amazon S3 (Simple Storage Service) is an easy and inexpensive Internet hard-drive from Amazon Web Services (AWS) with absolutely no limits. This S3 Guide has all the information and tools you would need to quickly get started with Amazon S3.
Amazon Cloud Drive is like an online hard drive - you get 5 GB of free online storage space to store documents, photos, music and all other files securely in the cloud. All you need is a free Amazon.com account and a web browser.
Backupify is a web-based cron job for performing daily backups of your online accounts. It supports Google Docs, Twitter, Facebook, Gmail, Wordpress, Blogger, Flickr, and most other popular cloud services.
Digital Photos on your computer are priceless. This article describes how you can backup your photographs online and secure them against computer failures or viruses. It also compares different photo-hosting services to help you make the right choice.
Hotlinking occurs when people embed your files in their own web pages. Now you can find about other websites that are hotlinking to your images, documents or MP3 files that are hosted inside Amazon S3 buckets.
Amazon S3 is an inexpensive cloud storage service for online backup and web hosting. Here's a review of some of the most popular Amazon S3 clients to help you manage your S3 buckets in a visual browser.
When you configure Amazon S3 with CloudFront, a copy of your S3 files get cached in various Amazon servers spread across important cities in US, Europe and Asia. Thus files load much faster for end-users.
Amazon has reduced prices of their Simple Storage Service aka S3. I use Amazon S3 to store all the CSS files, external scripts, web images and the site performance has improved since then because outsourcing to S3 puts less load on the Apache server.
Cropper for Windows is a simple yet versatile camera for the desktop screen that is unique in two ways - you have full control over the quality of image captures and second, there's built-in support for email templates and Amazon S3.