Do not read this post unless you have decided to install AmazonS3 or ready to dive head first into the adventure.
I recently posted about the installation of AmazonS3 after I followed the instructions. Note: I should change “I “to “we” because my husband and I worked on it with another baby boomer friend via phone. We wanted to support each other in the challenge. We knew it had to be done but had placed it on the bottom of the list of things to do.
Now, I really spend times reading the comments of blogs. Sometimes you get a lot information or clarification in the comments.So, as I read the comments to the post I referenced I saw this excellent comment by a young brilliant techi about using an added applicatio with your AmazonS3.
Now, I want you to know that I did not understand all of it. But part of this boomer journey is learning how to jump in there and ask questions. Also, you have to take each unknown word and get a definition. For example, there is a suggestion to rename the files. I will probably need to ask for more direction or read additional reference material. But we will probably schedule another Friday or Saturday evening of fun to go deeper into our AmazonS3 adventure.
Of course the easiest solution is to have a member of your in house or virtual staff take read these posts. But if you want to learn some of the basics yourself jump on into this post and the prior post. Call a friend because three boomer brains can do wonders.Take a few minutes now to read what Paul Stanatiou has to add about making your AmazonS3 work well.