April 16, 2012
Webinar - Improve All Aspects of Your Business with Fax
By Jamie Epstein, TMCnet Web Editor
The bigger the size of the company you work for, the more people you must continuously touch base with to ensure everyone is on the same page. A simple solution that helps allow all divisions of a company collaborate is fax, as it boasts the ability to both send and receive extremely important materials.
However, as with any type of communication method, businesses around the globe need to protect themselves from potential cyber attacks. This is easily attained with a modern fax solution that encompasses IP communication, virtualization, cloud computing and application integration which ultimately helps to optimize business intelligence.
When implementing this type of solution, any industry can see an increase in adhering to rigorous service level agreements, being better able to leverage crucial predictive analytics and the ability to cut costs dramatically.
To further spread the word on innovative fax capabilities an upcoming webinar entitled, “Evolving Legacy Fax into Modern Business Intelligence” is slated to take place this Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 2 p.m. EDT which will explore the legalities of sending and receiving faxes through email and how it pertains to eDiscovery, ways to utilize fax data to your advantage, the factors leading Fax over IP to quickly become the new business standard, and the important points to look at before switching your company’s overall strategy.
IT decision makers, IT consultants, business analysts, and application solution providers are all strongly encouraged to attend this not-to-miss event as the information gathered could be the key to differentiating a business from its competition.
Join Scott Riley, co-founder of AllAboutFOIP.com, Chris Schultz, president of Satori Solutions, Ben Edwards, manger of Dell and TMCnet’s very own Group Editorial Director Erik Linask (News - Alert) for a webinar that is guaranteed to surely knock your fax socks off.
Don’t delay you only have two days left, register now!
Edited by Carrie Schmelkin