In the real world, it's best to use at least two or more algorithms to encrypt data.
From what I know, RSA acts as a wrapper to transfer data safely across web systems or API(s), or acts as a wrapper for symmetric keys such as AES.
If computational power and time are not the main factor (it has reached the secure standard), why is there (from what I know), no one using RSA to really encrypt data instead of just wrapping them up (as stated by the two usages)?
What I meant was really using it alongside other encryption algorithms such as AES.
Wouldn't the stored data be safer in this way (considering that the network is secure from both outsider and insider attack)?