Can Data Storage Services Boost Revenue?

Can data storage services boost revenue

The volume of electronic data coursing through data networks around the world continues to grow every year. As more people take advantage of cloud storage for easy data backup and multiple device access, it could present an opportunity for a trusted household brand name to enter the field.

Cloud storage is a booming business that continues to expand every year. The service offers customers the opportunity to store their electronic files such as photos, music, videos, and documents at data centers with redundant backup. Customers can access those files from their phones, tablet PCs, and laptops wherever they have an Internet connection. With more people increasing their reliance on data storage services every year, the opportunity exists for the Postal Service to throw its hat into the ring and become a strong contender in this expanding field.

The Postal Service already has an impressive ability to record and store electronic address information from every physical location around the country to ensure accurate mail delivery. The technology it employs to facilitate that data interaction is not only impressive, it’s extremely reliable. Its data network also has rock solid encryption, making it a hacker’s worst nightmare. It’s not outside the realm of possibility that this inspiring talent in data storage could be adapted to secure the personal electronic storage needs of customers.

Current customers of the Postal Service rely on the trusted brand name to secure their valuable physical items and deliver them reliably to desired destinations. The same could be true for a customer’s data needs as well. USPS could secure that information safely and send it swiftly to the customer’s computer whenever and wherever they need it.

Do you think data storage is a business the Postal Service could venture into?

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