Faxing

There are few things more valuable to your business or office than the ability to send and receive faxes. Faxing and fax machines have become commonplace because they are easy to use, and they allow you to save a lot of time in your business transactions. And for your attorney, a fax is particularly useful: a facsimile copy of a signed document is legal documentation. An e-signature isn't.​

Faxing comes in a lot of flavors: phone line fax service and radio fax are the traditional services that are still in use today. Recently, new Internet fax services, Fax over IP, and VoIP Fax services have begun to dominate the market. You'd be hard-pressed to find a modern high-volume fax service that uses traditional phone line fax service; don't worry though, we've found a couple if you still have a standard phone line, although we'd like to know why. VoIP is just plain better than plain old phone service. As an aside, radio fax will probably be around for  a long time.

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