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Webinar Focuses on Fax over IP, Discusses Adoption and Benefits
Fax-over-IP, or FoIP, is seeing "strong adoption" in organizations today, say officials of an upcoming Webinar, adding that it "lowers communications costs, boosts employee productivity and reduces carbon footprints."
The Webinar will show how you can make the switch from using traditional phone lines to using IP to send and receive faxed documents by turning to FoIP. It will also answer the questions of how organizations are making the leap to FoIP.
Led by two FoIP experts from Biscom and Dialogic (News - Alert), this Webinar "will look at how FoIP server technology can help deliver rapid ROI," and "show you real world customers that saw immediate improvements in productivity, operational efficiencies and cost reductions by switching to FoIP." According to the Webinar's organizers, the presentations will also include an overview of FoIP how companies are switching to FoIP; a discussion of IP faxing reliability and how FoIP reduces costs and improves efficiencies; how to implement FoIP and technical requirements to getting started; advice on implementing FoIP with virtualization and "fax in the cloud" services; and a look at how to overcome the challenges of migrating to FoIP.
After the presentation, the Webinar will be open for a live Q&A, and attendees are encouraged to have their questions ready.
Presenters will include John Lane, vice president of Technical Support, Biscom. He is in charge of Biscom’s FAXCOM Essentials Training program, has participated in the Dialogic SR140 host-based FoIP platform training program, and is an instructor in the TMC (News - Alert) University certification program in VoIP. Having conducted more than 40 webcasts, he's considered an industry authority on the advantages of virtualizing fax servers.
Also presenting is Bud Walder (News - Alert), enterprise marketing director for Dialogic, responsible for enterprise market segment strategy and supporting activities. Dialogic provides media and signaling platforms for the unified communications and contact center markets, and its platforms enable service providers, developers and system integrators to deliver services, content and applications using multimedia processing and signaling technologies.
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Edited by Tammy Wolf