Monday, July 29, 2013 by
of us have experienced it at one time or another: That sheepish
sense of guilt you get when you tell a colleague or co-worker that
you'll be "working from home" for the day. "Enjoy!" they're likely
to say before hanging up -- as if you'll be on vacation for the
Whether it's a cultural remnant from the 9 to 5 era, or a guilt
complex heaped on by those in jobs with little (or no) flexibility
in their work structure, the concept that one could actually be
productive and (gasp!) more... Read More »
Wednesday, July 17, 2013 by
Global released findings from it's annual Mid-Year Report Card
Small Business Survey.
The bottom line? Optimism is up over last year -- 88% of
small business professionals surveyed are feeling positive about
their business this year, versus 76% last year.
See the infographic below for more survey highlights.
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Thursday, May 16, 2013 by
jams? Toner low? Ink empty? Busy signals?
These are the kinds of unwelcomed business operations hiccups that
take up resources and slow down office productivity when relying on
Contrary to what many may believe, faxing is not dead –
it’s alive and evolving, according to a new article in Fortune
magazine. Both large corporations and small business owners in
industries such as in Accounting, Healthcare, Sales, Real Estate,
Finance and Law still heavily rely on faxing as a... Read More »
Friday, March 15, 2013 by
Denver Broncos announced today that the team has released pass
rusher Elvis Dumervil because his agent failed to fax the signed
contract before the 1:00 PM deadline.
The cost to Dumerville? $8 million!
A glitch in the fax machine used to send the paperwork was
reported to be the cause.
Based on this news, eFax has introduced a special offer for
anyone who calls the 800 number listed below and mentions the offer
The eFax service enables you to send and receive official
documents... Read More »
Friday, February 22, 2013 by
security is a growing concern for every business. As more
establishments rely on technology for analytics and data storage,
it's vital that companies protect sensitive documents and servers.
Andrew Gilbert, executive vice president of Qualcomm's internet
services division, told the Financial Times that mobile devices and
productivity apps represent possible gaps in security measures.
"IT departments are very concerned about security and data
protection," Gilbert said. "How do you protect... Read More »
Friday, February 15, 2013 by
financial advisors can often feel like they're buried in papers.
With tax documents, income information and investment portfolios
piling up all the time, it can sometimes be difficult to keep track
of everything. This is a problem even in ideal situations, but when
clients are busy, hard to reach or far away, it can make things
In instances like this, it is vital that a financial advisor is
able to communicate with his or her clients in their preferred
mode. For... Read More »
Friday, February 8, 2013 by
services like internet faxing can keep employees
connected over great distances. Digitally sharing documents may be
even more important in 2013 because business travel is expected to
The U.S. Travel Association recently estimated that the number
of business trips will rise by nearly 1 percent in 2013. The
association also forecasts even greater growth for 2014.
Companies must give their staffers the tools to stay connected
when they're working remotely during trips. Cloud services... Read More »
Friday, February 1, 2013 by
as internet and tech giants battle for superiority in the cloud
computing market, small and medium-sized businesses can take
advantage of the services.
The technology is changing the way businesses operate and
revolutionizing how companies store and back up important
information, according to a Washington Post report by cloud computing researcher Erik
The cloud is also changing the way hardware and software is
sold. Take cloud backup
solutions, for example. Instead of purchasing... Read More »
Friday, January 25, 2013 by
more Americans enter the housing market, buyers, sellers, realtors,
and lenders are increasingly turning to mobile apps and the cloud
to get deals done. From faxing a loan document using a mobile
app to managing calls and voicemails professionally using a virtual
phone number, mortgage brokers are now, more than ever before, able
to cut the cord to the office and still make the sale.
This trend is reflected in a November, 2012 Forrester Research
report entitled “Multichannel Home Lending... Read More »
Wednesday, January 23, 2013 by
Time is of the essence when it comes to healthcare. Medical
professionals are always looking for new strategies to streamline
their basic responsibilities and improve overall efficiency.
Additionally, doctors regularly implement new technology to
increase communication with other health care providers and
patients. A new report has found that a growing number of
physicians are turning to smartphones and tablets to connect with
co-workers and clients.
Jackson & Coker, a healthcare staffing firm,... Read More »
Monday, January 21, 2013 by
the economy struggles to recover, small business owners have
attempted to reduce overhead expenses and find budget-friendly
solutions to everyday practices.
One of the most costly expenses is printer
ink. Computerworld recently reported that ink can sometimes cost upward
of $80 per ounce. Federico De
Silva, an analyst from Gartner, told the news source that shoppers
don't worry about new cartridges when shopping for
"They are going for a $49 printer, but when
they have to refill it... Read More »
Monday, January 14, 2013 by
Entrepreneurs used to view cloud storage as a means to back up
In the event of an emergency, copied files were saved online so
that they were accessible on different computers. Small business
owners now use cloud services as alternatives to locally storing
documents and downloading software.
The primary advantage of online storage is that businesses can
sync files with multiple devices. Employees can access important
paperwork from any gadget with network connectivity.
Staffers can... Read More »
Tuesday, January 8, 2013 by
Today, we introduced the newly updated iOS 3.0 app for the
iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini and iPad Touch, making it even easier to
fax on the go from an Apple device.
Latest features include:
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- AirPrint on the Go – Print faxes easily
to AirPrint-enabled printers using WiFi.
- Organize Contacts – Manage eFax
contacts directly from the Home screen.
- Squint Less – The updated eFax app
takes advantage of the enhanced screen size for the larger iPhone 5
display and the new iPad Mini.
- Send Any Document in Any Form –...
Friday, January 4, 2013 by
businesses have been distributing tablets to their employees to
encourage remote working programs.
A problem, however, lies in the fact that managers expect their
staffers to be able to use the mobile devices exactly like desktops
Ken Dulaney, an analyst at an IT research firm, recently told
The Wall Street Journal that
files don't always work on multiple platforms. "If you send
someone files from their desktop infrastructure, there's no
guarantee everything in those files will... Read More »
Wednesday, January 2, 2013 by
A recent report from the Census Bureau showed that 13.4 million Americans work from home at least
once per week. The total number of remote workers accounts for 9.5
percent of the workforce.
The report's lead author, Peter Mateyka, said that the growth in
popularity can be attributed to new tools that allow employees to
complete their daily responsibilities without commuting to the
"As communications and information technologies advance, we are
seeing that workers are increasingly able to... Read More »
Tuesday, December 18, 2012 by
a growing global awareness about environmental threats and the need
for businesses and consumers to embrace green business methods.
Many companies have been taking an active role when it comes to
implementing recycling programs, energy-efficient equipment and
green office outfitting.
However, organizations still using older technologies like
fax machines may not be
doing enough to focus efforts on being green. Internet faxing reduces
consumption of paper and toner as well as electricity,... Read More »
Wednesday, December 12, 2012 by
financial industry has experienced several major technology shifts
in the last few years.
From the explosive growth of mobile applications to the sea
change in cloud computing, the tools of the trade continue to adapt
to finance professionals' need to keep up with the times. Much of
the technology shift to the cloud is being driven by the need for
One example of this shift is the transition to online fax as
opposed to utilizing traditional fax machines to transmit... Read More »
Tuesday, December 11, 2012 by
produce and process more paperwork than just about any other
profession. From consent forms to depositions and legal rulings,
lawyers typcially are buried in documents, many of which require
Transferring these hand-signed documents -- securely -- has
traditionally fallen to two methods: Fax, or overnight deliver (ie
FedEx). Landline-based faxing is still used today, ago, but does
little to reduce the pileup of paper in the office, or facilitate
the trend in the growth... Read More »
Thursday, December 6, 2012 by
businessman or woman travels to a variety of locations, none of
which are likely to have the same technology.
In the past, those traveling for business
required a computer terminal, landline phone, copier and
fax machine, which meant
that work had to always be accomplished from an
But today's marketplace is quite
different:-it's about efficiency and recognizing the diverse needs
of clients, whether they are small families or high-tech data
service providers. Apps can help... Read More »
Tuesday, December 4, 2012 by
Pharmaceutical representatives travel to many remote sites
across the United States to coordinate with a variety of doctors,
researchers and medical staff.
In the digital age, quick and reliable access to documents,
accounts and records is essential to effective site coordination.
Pharmaceutical reps require fax services for legal
authorizations and other pertinent paperwork which are not easily
obtainable in a mobile setting.
Internet fax services that are
supported by cloud platforms offer a... Read More »