Why are we still faxing in 2020?
Fax was invented in 1843 and it even precedes the telephone! Additionally, Scanning Phototelegraphing was developed in 1880 which had the capability of scanning and sending 2D images. 8 years later, the TelAutograph was developed making it possible to send a person’s signature long-distance. Many enhancements have been developed, through the years, resulting in the modern fax.
Today, technology is at our fingertips! We have a plethora of ways to communicate but what is the role of faxing in the modern world? Documents sent through fax are legally binding in most countries and fax machines are still found in many offices. It is still used by the legal sector, business, healthcare, and also by the government.
Through electronic faxing, you can now send and receive documents using your computer or mobile phone anywhere in the world. It’s no longer exclusive to the traditional fax machine we know. Information transmission is guaranteed safe and fast and it’s free from dangerous attachments that could harm your computer or mobile device.
Electronic faxing is popular for its convenience. All you need is your computer or mobile phone and an internet connection. You don’t even need to download an attachment anymore.
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