When Santander shut down its mail-processing business in 2016, it sent a clear message: It was no longer willing to provide services that would make its own data more secure.
Instead, it moved its customers to another provider.
The new providers were more secure, but Santander’s customers were stuck with old-fashioned methods of getting the mail.
Now, it is trying to build a more secure cloud-based system that could help it compete with the likes of Google, Amazon and Facebook.
The company has begun offering the first real test of that strategy in the United States, with a pilot program offering customers a chance to try out its new system.
It has also announced a pilot in Canada and plans to expand it to a third market.
Santander says it has created a secure messaging app to offer a simpler experience, but the company has also promised to use the technology to improve the customer experience and to reduce the amount of mail it has to ship.
But the real test will come when Santander has to deliver a new service to its customers.
Its customers will be able to send the mail through a new app called “Gmail.”
The service, available for Android and iOS, lets people send emails using a smartphone app.
It is the first major test of a new technology that will allow people to send emails without having to deal with a third party.
“This is a huge milestone for us,” said Mike Krieger, Santander general manager of the Internet of Things and Payments.
“This is our way of saying we want to compete in this market.
That was through our products, but we wanted to take it to the next level.” “
We’ve had some success in that market.
That was through our products, but we wanted to take it to the next level.”
Santander is not the only company that is making strides toward using cloud technology to cut down on its mail delivery.
The biggest, and the most expensive, is Amazon, which has been trying to cut back on the amount and frequency of deliveries.
In December, it introduced a new product called Amazon Air.
Its biggest competitor is Google, which also offers an email service called Gmail.
Google says it does not use a cloud service, but Amazon does, and it is using Amazon’s cloud service to make the email service work.
Google is now testing whether the new Amazon service can make it faster to deliver emails to its more than 7 billion subscribers.
Google said it was testing a “delivery pipeline” that could make the service faster to send to its 2.3 billion Gmail subscribers.
Amazon also said it has been testing a way to use Amazon Web Services, a cloud platform that has been used by Amazon Web Service, a large number of other companies and government agencies.
Amazon’s service is based on Amazon Web services and uses Amazon’s data centers to provide servers for the service.
Google, however, has not said how it will make its service more secure and cheaper.
Samantha Schreiber is a reporter at Business Insider.