When most senior managers and company owners were children, the idea of doing business entirely in cyberspace was almost a notion that belonged in the world of science fiction. In only a very short space of time, the world has moved forward so fast that many people find it hard to keep up with modern technological developments. The fax machine revolutionized the business world towards the end of the last century, with businesses thriving from the efficiency of being able to send documentation instantly via fax. However, with the explosion of email, the fax machine is fast becoming obsolete. New businesses these days rarely even think about getting a fax machine or a dedicated fax number. If documents must be sent instantaneously, they are simply scanned to a hard drive and sent via email, usually as PDF files. But some companies still don’t have scanning machines and will request that they send a document via fax. How does a company without a fax machine receive a fax? Businesses that are using internet phone providers may find that there is a simple answer.
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