Cloud Tech Tuesday: Focus on Fax

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Chances are your company is developing a cloud strategy for multiple areas of your organization. The fact is, cloud-based solutions can improve just about every part of your business. 

Our Cloud Tech Tuesdays series focuses on how cloud-based solutions can improve your business in three key areas: document transmissions, customer communications, and network efficiency. 

Cloud Tech Tuesday: Focus on Fax explores the difference between hybrid and hosted fax and how moving your legacy fax infrastructure to the cloud can reduce costs while improving the scalability, reliability, and security of your critical fax transmissions.

 

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