Canada Post wants you to use your address as a platform

Canada Post is rolling out a new look and new set of features for its digital mailbox.

It’s hard to believe that ePost has been around for 10 years, but this digital home created by the organization responsible for the country’s snail mail is due for a revamp. It will be done over the next year and a half, with the focus being on virtual authentication and encryption technology. Canada Post wants to recreate the security and assurance of delivery you’d get with a registered mail letter for its digital platform.

But how will this new digital approach by Canada Post impact small businesses?

IT World Canada’s chief content officer, Dave Webb, speaks with the president of ePost, Kerry Munro.

Interview with Canada Posts’s Kerry Munro.

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Jim Love, Chief Content Officer, IT World Canada

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