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RightFAX 10 - Hip or Hype?

by Scott Riley
Scott Riley
Founder and CEO – Scott Riley Mr. Riley has 23 years of experience in the Engin
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on Tuesday, 19 April 2011
FaxServer

 

Speaking from the perspective of a 20 year fax industry veteran and company founder, One Touch Global credits RightFAX as a key influence in its history and substantial participation surrounding the fax server space through 2011 and beyond.  Fax technology, now morphing gradually away from stand alone fax machines, finds its futuristic home using digital on-ramp solutions, multifunction devices, and IP Telephony (IPT).  In other words, electronic fax remains deceptively successful and highly relevant for years to come.

The RightFAX brand continues to stand out, namely a by-product of .....

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Davidson Consulting, the ground hog of the Fax Server industry, doesn't see its shadow...

by Chris Norwood
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on Monday, 18 April 2011
FoIP
Davidson Consulting, the ground hog of the fax technology industry, has published its new report appropriately titled FoIP Server Markets.   The name change from Fax Server to FoIP Server reinforces the trend of IP, VoIP and Cloud infrastructure and its applications in the fax technology market.  The report research indicates the FoIP Server markets will expand during the next five-year period, and industry anticipated revenue will grow.....
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President's Note, Early Success Very Encouraging for FoIP Market

by Scott Riley
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Founder and CEO – Scott Riley Mr. Riley has 23 years of experience in the Engin
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on Thursday, 07 April 2011
FoIP

 

Dear FoIP Technology Providers and Analysts,

In October of 2010, merely 6 months ago, the first release of www.AllAboutFoIP.com was launched for the purpose of providing an un-biased and consolidated Fax over IP (FoIP) information resource, and for serving the growing industry as a whole.  Search engine rankings on a wide-variety of fax industry related terms continue to elevate and astound us.  We estimate that AllAboutFoIP.com already experiences roughly 36,000 pageviews per month, a majority from organic searches and referrals. In December, we launched our bi-monthly newsletter with a distribution list already approaching 10,000 recipients, with additional press releases providing worldwide exposure.

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Health Segment Checks Out in Great Shape for Electronic Fax

by Scott Riley
Scott Riley
Founder and CEO – Scott Riley Mr. Riley has 23 years of experience in the Engin
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on Monday, 31 January 2011
FaxServer

 

It is 2011, and faxing in the healthcare market continues to check out in great shape as hospitals, insurers, payment processors, laboratories, and medical product manufacturers all use fax servers and fax services to move documents confidentially.  With fax servers and fax services, documents typically arrive in secure fax to e-mail or fax client applications, or directly into healthcare management systems, so no one can read patient information except authorized users.  Fax immediately converts paper documents into electronic documents at the source.

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Is it time for Fax over IP (FoIP) to start seriously SIPping?

by Scott Riley
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on Thursday, 20 January 2011
Cloud Faxing

 

Fax server software, fax appliances, multi-functional devices and Internet fax services are transforming into Fax over IP servers and cloud faxing solutions.  These offerings are sometimes also coined IP Fax or VoIP Fax.  Globally, enterprise class organizations and carrier offerings are driving an improvement of the IP networks to increase overall reliability, bandwidth and relevance for the new and exciting technologies offered by SIP Trunking.  In the midst of these IP network improvements are SIP and SIP trunking discussions as a compliment to VoIP implementations, ultimately a migration strategy away from traditional PSTN (TDM networks). 

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Cloud Faxing Redefined? It's in the etherFAX

by Paul Banco
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on Friday, 03 December 2010
Cloud Faxing

If you do a Google search on Cloud Faxing, most of the entries, including the sponsored links will reveal fax to email companies or an up and coming crop of hosted fax server solutions. These are all viable options and represent components of Cloud Faxing. etherFAX redefines the term Cloud Faxing by giving clients the best of both worlds with the addition of a multi-level encryption/security system known as a "defense-in-depth" conceived by the National Security Agency (NSA).

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Top Factors Driving FoIP Initiatives - Part 3

by Chris Schultz
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on Tuesday, 12 October 2010
FoIP
Moving to a FoIP solution provides a very natural gateway to Server Virtualization, which by itself meets many companies' goals for reducing power and heat toward their "Green" initiatives. The move to Server Virtualization also provides organizations with an entire new set of options for Disaster Recovery and High Availability.
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Top Factors Driving FoIP Initiatives - Part 2

by Chris Schultz
Chris Schultz
Chris Schultz is the President & Managing Partner of Satori Solutions and functi
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on Thursday, 07 October 2010
FoIP
The ability to truly centralize a Network Fax Server solution and avoid distributed architectures is another significant driver that leads many organizations to consider FoIP. By migrating to a FoIP solution we can eliminate the need for physical connectivity directly to the telecom network via traditional local Time-Division Multiplexed (TDM) circuit and eliminate geographical infrastructure constraints.
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Top Factors Driving FoIP Initiatives - Part 1

by Chris Schultz
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on Monday, 09 August 2010
FoIP

Over the last several years, we've seen a tremendous surge in organizations moving toward Fax Over IP (FoIP) technology. We've seen this not only from companies with extensive embedded investments in Voice Over IP (VoIP) infrastructure, but also from those that have yet to make the leap and may not currently have the available resources to do so in the near future. Contrary to the misconception that implementing FoIP means free faxing to anyone around the globe, there are some very solid reasons and unmistakable ROI cases to be made that warrant companies to look closely at these solutions. So what are the predominate drivers that we hear repeatedly in the field that result in companies considering the move to FoIP? Let's take a look.

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Fax Servers Versus Fax Services: The Debate Rages On

by Peter Davidson
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on Friday, 11 June 2010
FaxServer

One debate that arises in many enterprises is whether the business wants to use a FoIP (fax over IP) server or hosted Internet fax service. This debate turns on the performance of servers versus services and on the relative costs for each, along with how important the information on the faxes is.

In the abstract, fax servers and fax services do the same things. They enable businesses to send, receive and manage faxes. But in the real world, differences do exist. First, FoIP servers generally can do more than typical hosted fax services. FoIP servers generally boast a number of APIs (application programming interfaces) which means that businesses can customize the fax servers to work tightly with any of their applications. Second, more FoIP servers support production faxing (the ability to send out a batch of faxes and have every one be different in its specifics, so thousands of invoices or purchase orders can be sent out automatically), whereas this kind of capability is a rarity among fax services, which also generally don’t provide security on their lines. Also, FoIP servers generally have tighter integration with various external systems, like Microsoft Sharepoint for instance.

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