Why it refuses to go away
While many forms of business communications have come and gone over the years, fax has remained a constant for decades. This article reveals why it remains an important tool in the 21st century.
The advantages of a digital fax system over a paper process
Switching from a manual fax system to a digital one can help your company comply with GDPR regulations. Find out how.
Over the last few years there has been a lot of work in the computer industry on making software more reliable. One of the main areas of focus has been improving how programs handle software or hardware errors.
All parts of the NHS need to move to an eDischarge set-up. Electronic fax, Zetafax, can help your Trust comply. Not only is electronic fax a safe way of sharing information, but it will also save your Trust money. On average, ...
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At Equisys we work hard to ensure that upgrading or migrating your Zetafax server is straightforward, and we will support you as you do it, even when you are making significant changes within your internal IT infrastructure.
Telesoft AS has over 20 years’ experience in network-based fax systems
Equisys is pleased to announce a new partnership with specialist Norwegian software distributor Telesoft AS.
Telesoft AS has over 20 years’ experience in network-based fax systems and delivers complete solutions, including installation, commissioning and training, as well as ongoing support and maintenance agreements.
“Every day, care is held up and patients are kept waiting while an army of people transport and store huge quantities of paper round our healthcare system.”
These are the words of Tim Kelsey, NHS England’s National Director for Patients and Information and chair of the National Information Board, when he addressed 5,000 NHS leaders in Manchester. He was of course addressing the NHS’s ambition to be paper-free at the point of care by 2020.
In a digital age, patients expect that whenever ...
We have worked closely with NHS trusts across the UK for many years. In that time, we have uncovered a series of common challenges and opportunities.
First, trust members share a strong desire to deliver excellent patient care. Second, they plan to improve the NHS and what it stands for – quality care for all. Today, the NHS is undergoing major changes to its core structure, including who makes decisions about services and the way money is spent. But it is also a time of great medical ...
You need fax technology in some capacity. But do you still need a fax machine?
In 1843, The Economist newspaper first published. The same year, one of the unsung heroes of modern technology was born. The fax machine. The system, which started as an ‘electric printing telegraph’, has outlasted seasoned innovations, such as the cassette player and floppy disk.
The reliable fax machine has been trusted for years. Think of a time you had to send an original signature, urgently. Perhaps it ...
Morse code, walkie-talkies, type-writers, pagers and fax machines. All part of our information workplace heritage and all ground-breaking technologies of their time. But what if I told you fax isn’t dead?
Invented in the 1840s, the fax is as relevant today as it was back then. But, in a global working environment ruled by wireless internet, instant messaging, cloud storage and video calls: how so?
Because businesses need to fax. For highly regulated industries like healthcare and ...