Future of Fax

The Evolution of Fax Technology for Healthcare

The Evolution of Fax Technology for Healthcare Some would argue that of all the industries reliant on fax technology, healthcare is the most dependent. Fax services are not only critical in hospitals and health systems, but also health insurance, life sciences and the growing Health Tech space. Fax remains the ubiquitous cornerstone of secure document delivery for the healthcare patient, …

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The Future of Fax — My view from 10,000 feet

Retarus President and CEO Steve MacDiarmid and Instant InfoSystems CEO David Klein in the air over Los Angeles   Every January our company comes together for our annual Kick-Off Meetings. I always look forward to this time with our team. We spend several days reflecting on our accomplishments of the past year, looking ahead to …

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FBI Now Relying on Fax Technology, Boosting Security of Information Requests

Fax is Back: But did it ever leave? Beginning next month, the Federal Bureau of Investigation will no longer accept email requests for information and will instead require all electronic FOIA (Freedom of Information Act) requests to come through fax. This decision mirrors the policies of government agencies including the CIA and DARPA who also …

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Cloud Tech Tuesday: Focus on CCaaS

Your contact center is the key to customer satisfaction. Learn how Omnichannel CCaaS solutions allow your customers to communicate in their preferred methods and help …

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It’s Time to Replace Your Fax Server

If you are considering replacing your legacy fax server, but the thought of migrating your integrations and applications is overwhelming, you’re not alone. Join us for an informative live webinar where we’ll show you how easy it can be.

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