Australia's Post to launch Digital Mailbox later in October

Friday 12 October 2012 | 06:05 CET | News
Australian government-owned company Post will launch Digital MailBox, for the delivery and storage of bills and other documents, later in October, reports ZDNet. The free storage service will use Telstra's cloud platform, and will be an Australian-based cloud service. The company would invest over AUD 2 billion, over the next four years, in its national logistics network, and would create a universal digital platform. This was designed to offset the expected losses for the regulated part of the organisation. This investment will provide the infrastructure and delivery options. Australia Post

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Categories: Internet
Companies: Telstra
Countries: Australia
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