Almost all US colleges and universities require applicants to go through an extensive admissions process that involves submission of an application along with supporting documents. A few colleges and universities are moving away from handling paper documentation by switching to electronic files on a secure and private cloud infrastructure. Processing digital documents has resulted in enhanced security by improving the ability for multiple reviewers to concurrently find and process documents.
With the United States Presidential Election coming up on November 8th, many people are gearing up for the same thing: Election Parties. As with every four years, Election Parties big and small will rely on food delivery services as to not miss a minute of the action. But, what you might not realize as you eat pizza or wings, is that these food delivery services carefully leverages faxing services to provide high levels of scalability.
La conversione di un fax in un documento PDF ricercabile consente una più rapida elaborazione delle informazioni memorizzate e facilita il processo di eDiscovery.
The Unified Communications (UC) market is expected to grow by over $60 Billion by 2023. Despite the benefits provided by the majority of large well known UC organizations, one important communication channel is missing from their standard offering: Fax.
The Financial Times recently investigated this question in an article on the future of business communication. Pointing to numerous research examples, the newspaper shows impressively that there continue to be compelling use cases for fax as a communication medium. From the medical sector right through to the internet economy, companies around the globe are set to continue to rely on this dependable communication standard.