I’ve talked about this quite a bit in the past; the fact that fax constantly gets a bad reputation as an archaic, out-dated and seemingly unneeded technology. While we do inhabit an outrageously digital age, that still doesn’t mean we should ditch some of the classics – which, by the way, continue to prove themselves useful for a variety of unique business needs. Adopting and modernizing said technology, however, is something that every business should gladly consider. Fax is one form of communication which is – and has been – evolving to accommodate new and more skilled techniques to further simplify communications for increased efficiency.
Fax-to-e-mail, for example, allows users to completely abandon what I consider “the dreadful paper process” by being able to successfully send faxes to and from your computer. This recent Business IT article covers all of the steps to embracing fax-to-e-mail technology. You may be surprised to find that it’s much easier than you think.
If you don’t want to ditch your traditional fax technology but are looking to adapt to the inevitably changing times, you thankfully can enjoy some excellent alternatives. The benefits of fax-to-e-mail are plenty; sending faxes in e-mail form actually simplifies them to create an easier sending, receiving, storing and archiving process. Additionally, fax-to-e-mail services often let users send and receive multiple faxes simultaneously, which then cuts down on time spent faxing. This also offers unmatched flexibility when compared to a traditional, physical fax machine. “You can even set up e-mail filtering rules to divert different incoming faxes to different staff members,” Business IT adds.
To learn more about the fax-to-e-mail process and how to get started, check out the entire article by clicking here.
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Edited by Amanda Ciccatelli