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Securing Volly: A Pitney Bowes challenge

Pitney Bowes later this year will launch a cloud-based digital mailbox service for consumers and business customers. The new service, called Volly, will leverage the company's customer communications management platform and is designed to help business customers deliver communications via multiple channels and to enable consumers to aggregate their electronic mailings such as bills, statements and catalogs.

Volly will provide capabilities such as bill consolidation and payment, coupon expiration notices, digital personal archives for mail and permission-based marketing.

Ensuring the strongest possible security is one of Pitney Bowes main priorities -- and challenges -- in implementing Volly and planning the infrastructure that will support it.

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