Oct 7- Amazon.com Inc's cloud business, Amazon Web Services, has launched a service to help companies analyse their data and a briefcase-like product that will let them ship large amounts of data for storage on the cloud. The service is now available for preview, Andy Jassy, AWS's senior vice president, said at an AWS event in Las Vegas. For a standard edition of...» Read More
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