Implementing Fax in the Enterprise

Fax is here to stay whether we like it or not. But fax technology has come a long way, and can be incorporated with application programming interfaces and multifunction print (MFP) devices. In fact, new enterprise fax architecture is often more flexible and modular than other modes of communication, such as e-mail and instant messaging. Get connected with news on how fax technology can enhance your business processes.
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