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IP Fax Feature: XMediusFAX Branch Office Survivability Ensures Continuity
By Susan J. Campbell, TMCnet Contributing Editor
In the latest technology solutions available, a number of companies have moved to fax over Internet Protocol (FoIP) that allows these companies to integrate faxing into the network for reduced cost, improved productivity and less waste.
Sagem-Interstar (News - Alert) - which is being rebranded as Sagemcom - is one company dominating the FoIP industry and its XMediusFAX solution is erasing the analog fax lines for a number of organizations.
One of the benefits of the XMediusFAX solution is its survivability capabilities. In a recent video, Matthew Miller, Product Manager at Sagemcom shared a brief overview of these capabilities and what they can mean for the enterprise.
With integrated replication, XMediusFAX servers can replicate and re-synchronize databases. As a result, once communication is re-established, operations go back to normal. Users experience no real downtime and the survivability is seamless.
Every communication channel within the enterprise is important and downtime costs money by reducing or even interrupting productivity. A decision to implement FoIP is generally based on the desire to improve efficiency. As a result, the solution must be able to provide a seamless performance to live up to expectations.
The XMediusFAX solution is designed to deliver on its promises, especially for the branch office location. To get more insight on survivability for the branch office, check out this video in full.
Susan J. Campbell is a contributing editor for TMCnet and has also written for eastbiz.com. To read more of Susan's articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Erin Harrison