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For Lawyers, the Weight of Evidence is Moving to the Cloud

Monday, December 10, 2012 by eFax Team

Lawyers 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 official signatures.

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 of the mobile workforce...

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How to Fax From Your Phone

Wednesday, December 05, 2012 by eFax Team

Today's mobile 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 office...

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The Benefits of Online Fax for Pharmaceutical Representatives

Monday, December 03, 2012 by eFax Team

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...

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Social Business Survey Reveals New Data Trends

Wednesday, November 28, 2012 by eFax Team

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...

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In hospitals and other healthcare settings, wireless devices aren't limited to smartphones and tablets. Monitors that measure patients' vital signs and infusion pumps are among the medical devices that rely on wireless technology.

Until now, many healthcare facilities have tried to block patients' phones and other devices from their wireless networks, but that's changing. Scripps Health new universal wireless network, designed to accommodate its mobile support services at the Scripps Coastal Medical Center in Oceanside, California, is believed to be the first of its kind in San Diego County...

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Four Essential Steps to a Social Media Strategy

Sunday, November 18, 2012 by eFax Team


MarketingProfs' 4 Steps to a Social Media Strategy

Many companies -- big and small -- jump into social media without clearly defining a strategy.

Simply because the barrier to entry for social media is low -- ie you can set up a Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest account in minutes for no cost -- doesn't mean that you should.

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Knowledge Management in the Age of Sharing

Friday, November 16, 2012 by eFax Team

"Let the left hand know what the right is doing" is an old saying that should be applied every day in the workplace, particularly in small businesses where only a few people wear lots of hats.

Not conferring with colleagues isn't just inconsiderate. It can have serious consequences, as Forbes Magazine reported recently. The magazine found that Fortune 500 companies lose an estimated $31.5 billion each year because their managers fail to share knowledge with employees that could help them secure their customer base...

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