Difference between Amazon S3 and HCL Connections

1. Amazon S3 :
Amazon S3 stands for Amazon Simple Storage Service. It is a cloud storage service which is provided by Amazon Web Services. It provides object storage through a web service interface. It allows to store any type of objects like data lakes for analytics, data archives, backup and recovery, disaster recovery, hybrid cloud storage and internet applications. It was launched by AWS in 2006.

2. HCL Connections :
HCL Connections is a storage software which is provided by HCL Technologies. It was developed by IBM but HCL acquired it in 2019. It is an enterprise-collaboration platform which helps teams work more efficiently. It was launched by IBM in 2007. It offers 5 GB free storage space. It provides limited storage space for paid accounts. It was earlier known as IBM Connections.



Difference between Amazon S3 and HCL Connections :

AMAZON S3 HCL CONNECTIONS
It is owned by Amazon. It is owned by HCL Technologies.
It was launched in 2006. It was launched in 2007.
It does not offer free storage space. It offers 5 GB free storage space.
It was developed by Amazon Web Services (AWS). It was developed by IBM.
It has the unlimited maximum storage size for paid users. It has the limited maximum storage size for paid users too.
Maximum storage size is unlimited here. Maximum storage size is 1 TB here.
It does not support remote uploading. It also does not support remote uploading.
Maximum file size in Amazon S3 is 5 GB. Here maximum file size is 2 GB.
It supports file versioning. It also supports file versioning.
It requires credit-card details for free trial. It does not require credit-card for free services.
There is traffic or band-width limit. There us no traffic or band-width limit.

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