We are proud to note that leading tech sector analyst firms Forrester and Gartner continue to include Retarus in their publications on a regular basis.
No longer restricted to a sheet of heat-sensitive paper rolling out of a machine, fax has grown up and become a reliable, universally accepted standard for the transfer of written information. You can read more about Retarus’ Global Delivery Network, Information Logistics and Cloud Services from Gartner, where we also offer you the opportunity to download their “Hype Cycle for Imaging and Print Services, 2016”.
In Gartner’s recent Hype Cycle for Imaging and Print Services, the IT analysts describe the development life cycles of printing technologies, software and services, which assist IT decision-makers in their search for the appropriate solutions that can fulfill their specific requirements. Gartner classifies “Enterprise-Level Cloud Faxing” as being on the “Slope of Enlightenment”.
The market researchers and consultants at Gartner estimate that over the next five years the shift towards cloud computing will directly or indirectly impact on more than a trillion dollars of IT expenditure.
For more than 20 years the analysts at Gartner have been using their “Hype Cycle” to throw light on the development of technological trends. But what do Gartner’s experts say about cloud fax services? Have they already arrived at the “Plateau of Productivity” or is the “Trough of Disillusionment” just around the corner?