Looking for a quick and easy way to reduce costs, improve employee productivity and lessen paper waste?
If you haven’t already, consider tossing the old, analog fax machine and investing in IP-based technologies.
Today’s fax-over-IP systems have come a long way since the introduction of the T.37 protocol, where documents were simply scanned as images and attached to e-mail. Products such as the Dialogic (News - Alert) Brooktrout system leverage VoIP networks to better manage fax applications and save lot of money. Plus, new FoIP-based systems are much greener than old analog-based fax systems; employees decide what they want to print.
By leveraging FoIP, an emerging technology that consolidates remote fax servers, lessens the number of papers that need to be printed and boosts security, communications managers will see rapid ROI.
For those who aren’t already using – or are on the fence -- about FoIP-based systems, Robert Moran, the fax product line director for Dialogic Corporation, and John Lane, vice president of technical support for Biscom, Inc., laid out the case for the technology during a free Nov. 12 Webinar, “Reduce Costs and Improve Efficiencies with Virtual Fax over IP,”
broadcasted at 2 p.m. ET/11 a.m. PT. The full broadcast is available via TMCnet’s archives.
“The fax machine that my grandparents used – the value proposition is still there,” Moran said. “Fax remains the foundation for how business is run.”
To help listeners learn about real-world implementation, Moran and Lane presented case studies of two real-life customers who used FoIP and realized an immediate improvement in productivity, operational efficiencies and cost reductions.
Listeners will obtain the tools they need to start using FoIP to enhance disaster preparedness and eliminate hardware dependency through server virtualization.
Marisa Torrieri is a TMCnet Web editor, covering IP hardware and mobility, including IP phones, smartphones, fixed-mobile convergence and satellite technology. She also compiles and regularly contributes to TMCnet's gadgets and satellite e-Newsletters. To read more of Marisa's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Marisa Torrieri