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January, 2016

  • 29 January

    Amazon Offers Free SSL/TLS Certificates

    Speaking of SSL certificates, Amazon has rolled out the Amazon Certificate Manager – a free service that lets you deploy SSL certificates which you can utilize with AWS services. Oh, did I mention –  it’s free! The downside being that ACM (Amazon Certificate Manager) is currently only available in the Northern Virginia region – however Amazon will surely roll this out ...

October, 2015

  • 21 October

    Amazon Files Lawsuit Against 1,114 Fiverr Sellers

    Amazon has always been at war with fake reviewers, and back in April of this year Amazon filed it’s first actual lawsuit against a review creator who posted a fake review. Little did we know that was just the tip of the iceberg. This past week Amazon filed a lawsuit in Seattle, Washington against 1,114 defendants who offered false review ...

April, 2015

  • 13 April

    Amazon Files Lawsuit Against Fake Reviewers

    Amazon has established themselves as the go-to source for not only online shopping but also for honest community based product reviews. As such a huge majority of Amazon’s traffic comes from people reading online reviews as they make their shopping decisions. However this popularity of Amazon reviews has a dark side – fake reviews. Fake reviews have became quiet a ...

March, 2015

  • 31 March

    Amazon Cloud Drive Goes Unlimited

    Online storage is an ever-expanding place as everyone tries to offer more and more space. Amazon has decided to bypass the storage space wars by announcing two unlimited storage plans for it’s cloud based storage service – Amazon Cloud Drive. The plans focus on two specific scenarios. For those who have loads of photos, there is the Unlimited Photos plan ...

January, 2015

  • 29 January

    Amazon WorkMail Getting Ready to Take On Google & Microsoft

    Amazon has quietly been working on their very own corporate email and calendar service called WorkMail which is finally being given some publicity. The service is focused highly on security and ease of use and will obviously be powered by Amazon Web Services (AWS). WorkMail is designed to be fully compatible with Microsoft Outlook and other e-mail applications and will be competitive price-wise ...

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