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  • Choosing the right fax server: Security, privacy and compliance

    Amy Campos

    Organizations today face a multitude of compliance directives and thus their investments in a fax solution must be able to demonstrate tangible capabilities that contribute to the security and privacy of their faxes and associated data. Many businesses that rely on fax turn to fax servers to provide top-notch security and privacy of fax documents.

    Faxing, by its nature, is reasonably secure (the point-to-point transmission of a fax over a secure PSTN) and is highly resistant to tampering, interc...

  • Cloud Fax Takes Information Management to the Next Level

    Scott Mitchell

    To this point we’ve discussed the key benefits of enterprise fax services in general – notably their ability to enable cost effective on-demand faxing while providing high degrees of flexibility and scalability. There are however specific features beyond these general descriptions worth mentioning. These features speak primarily to how both individual users and business systems leverage fax technology to optimize enterprise information management.

    From an individual user perspective, integrati...

  • Choosing the right fax server: Easy Routing and Storage of Fax Documents

    Amy Campos

    One of the biggest business benefits of enterprise fax servers is the ability to integrate faxes into a workflow or business process.  Did you know that this integration is driven largely by "rules" set for incoming faxes, which are customizable based on a number of inbound fax routing options?

    A fax server can serve as an on ramp to a workflow process, an index and storage application, or as a routing mechanism to direct documents to the final destinations within an organization. Organizations sh...

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