Salespeople succeeding thanks to tablets and online faxing

Online faxing for SalespeopleIntuitively we understand how mobile devices like tablets can make a sales professional more productive and successful. Armed with a tablet, a salesperson can research on the go, write emails to prospects from anywhere and even attend virtual video conferences from a vacation spot.

But when it comes to the real work — like drafting a sales proposal, giving a presentation or even signing a business contract — we still tend to think that only a “real computer” can handle these tasks. But that’s no...

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6 Reasons Online Fax Trumps LANs For a Business Fax Solution

Ask anyone on the street what the acronym “LAN” stands for and you’ll get blank stares in return. (Trust me: I just tried this on my lunch break recently. It wasn’t pretty.) Ask them to give you details about the local area network in their office and their response will be equally, well . . . lackluster.

Most people apparently give as much thought to the configuration of their office technology as they do to the junk NASA left on the moon nearly fifty years ago. In other words — not at all. As...

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Census Data Reveals Popularity of Working From Home

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 office.

"As communications and information technologies advance, we are seeing that workers are increasingly able to...

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Social Business Survey Reveals New Data Trends

Each year, IDC magazine undertakes a Social Business Survey as the role of social media assumes an increasingly more important role in marketing and communications for companies of every size.

This year's survey showed a distinct difference from previous reports, as social business has matured in terms of customer service and engagement.

The range of social media has increased into a series of subsets that businesses break down as customer experience, sales  enablement, digital commerce,...

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File a Motion to Dismiss Inefficiency

According to a recent press release, days of traditional software and hardware are in the past. Data from the 2012 American Bar Association’s Legal Technology Resource Center revealed that 38 percent of lawyers have migrated to laptops as primary computers. With an app for almost everything, lawyers are beginning to adopt cloud software to manage tasks and communications wherever they may be.

Online services have begun to provide lawyers with professional capabilities they expect from...

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Two-thirds of physicians rely on faxing

According to a study by the Journal of Medical Internet Research, physicians are interrupted nearly five times an hour by phone calls, emails, and face-to-face interactions. The 2012 National Physicians Survey showed something that is unlikely to surprise many doctors - fax remains the dominant method of communicating with colleagues, patients, insurance companies and pharmacists. All told, 63 percent of healthcare providers rely heavily on the technology, according to MMRGlobal.

In fact, faxing i...
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Three Ways to Get Rid of the Elephant in the Room

According to a iDatix infographic, over 71M tons of paper are used every year. This number is equivalent to the average weight of 9 million elephants!

The push to preserve the environment is not simply a personal pursuit. Around the country, businesses both small and large are making changes to limit their energy consumption and waste. Creative managers are instituting policies in their companies that are being shared and adopted by other institutions.

One of the most effective ways for businesses...

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Use internet faxing to help start your small business

Starting a small business is often a process filled with significant expenses, including building out an IT infrastructure, making a property down payment, hiring employees or creating a successful marketing strategy -- costs which can quickly drain a nest egg.

For these reasons, successful entrepreneurs are always on the lookout for ways to cut costs, and when they find them, it can mean the difference between a successful venture and a doomed one.

Among the most expensive components of starting...

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The Cloud. What's in it for me?

The explosive growth in cloud computing has resulted in huge benefits to small businesses, from significant cost savings to increased efficiencies.

It has also sparked confusion, with many asking: "What does 'cloud computing' mean and what's in it for me as a small business owner?" 

Turns out there's not really a simple answer to the first part of this question, since there are many forms of cloud computing, including SaaS (Software as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service), MSP's (Managed...

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Cloud to be utilized more in 2012, report finds

After witnessing the success stories of cloud computing deployments in 2011, more companies will implement the technology in 2012. In fact, businesses will utilize the cloud on larger scales to experience the maximum benefits, according to a report by Unisys.

"Enterprises are now realizing they cannot afford to keep these technologies at the periphery of their organizations," Unisys chief technology officer Fred Dillman said. "To compete effectively, they must integrate these technologies into...

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