Amazon has given its Zocalo enterprise collaboration tool an update with mobile apps for iPhone and Android users, plus support for sharing files up to 5TB in size.
Zocalo was introduced in August and is styled as an enterprise-grade alternative to other file sharing and collaboration platforms, offering better security, strong administrative controls and feedback capabilities to deliver productivity improvements.
The tool was designed to be cross-platform from the outset, but Amazon has now made mobile apps available that enable workers to access Zocalo on iPhone or Android devices using corporate credentials.
Announced on the Amazon Web Services Blog, the new apps allow users to work offline, make comments and securely share documents, even while in the air or on the go, Amazon said.
Meanwhile, Amazon announced that it has increased Zocalo's maximum supported file size in response to requests from customers such as media production companies.
As Zocalo stores data on Amazon's Simple Storage Service, it seemed natural to match the supported file size to the existing S3 object size limit of 5TB, according to Amazon.
Amazon Zocalo is priced at $5 (£3) per user per month, which provides 200GB of storage for each user. Amazon also offers the service as a 30-day free trial for up to 50 users.
However, users of Amazon's WorkSpaces cloud-hosted desktop service get access to Zocalo for no additional charge. This includes 50GB of storage per user, upgradeable to the full 200GB for a discounted rate of $2 (£1.20) per user per month.
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