How To Make Your Small Business Appear Big

Friday, August 17, 2012 by The eFax Team

For many businesses, it can be expensive to curate an image of impressive size and scale. Without the ability to hire a gaggle of employees to answer phones or communicate with customers, it is easy for a small company to show its lack of size.

Creative entrepreneurs, however, can find ways to bolster their company's image and perceived strength without breaking the bank. Business Insider asked many successful managers... Read More

Two-Thirds of Physicians Rely on Faxing

Wednesday, August 15, 2012 by The eFax Team

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...

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Medical professionals adopt mobile devices

Monday, August 13, 2012 by The eFax Team

Increasingly, doctors and other medical professionals are adopting tech tools such as online faxing or other cloud apps to help manage patients more efficiently.

Cloud services are enabling mobile medical professionals to remain on the go, and at the same time, in touch with their patients. According to an infographic from Float Mobile Learning, approximately 56% of doctors who use mobile devices say they expedite decision making, while 40% say they decrease time spend on administration. ...

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Microsoft and eFax Meet in the Cloud

Friday, August 10, 2012 by The eFax Team

In a recent podcast interview, Kyle Flowers, director of marketing for eFax, made note of three critical elements that startup businesses need to have to reinforce a professional business image: a domain name, a phone number, and a fax number.  

"These three pieces of information are commonly placed on a website," said Flowers. "They’re also all pieces of information that are commonly placed on business cards. It all has to do with that credibility factor of being a legitimate operational business that can then transact business.”...

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eFax Announces First Online App for Microsoft Word

Wednesday, August 08, 2012 by The eFax Team

Today, we’re excited to tell you about our free desktop fax app that integrates with Microsoft Word 2013 – eFax Messenger.

This desktop fax software is a cloud-based tool that allows Microsoft Word users to conveniently send faxes from within Word, without the need for a printer or fax machine.

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Go Organic - Tips on increasing organic search presence

Monday, August 06, 2012 by The eFax Team

Search Engine Optimization (or SEO) is one of the most important tools in creating a virtual presence for your brand. While creating a website and social media accounts may help, it is important to implement SEO practices into your sites in order to increase organic search traffic to your site.

So what steps can you take to increase your SEO value? First, you should understand SEO and what composes a strong SEO plan...

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Five Forces That Are Driving Business Today

Friday, August 03, 2012 by The eFax Team

Cloud services have proven to provide many benefits for small businesses including:

  • Disaster recovery
  • In-house and outsourced data protection
  • Cost cutting
  • Leveling the playing field for SMBs
  • Allowing professionals, like legal professionals, to work remotely...
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eFax Brings Order to the Business of Law

Wednesday, August 01, 2012 by The eFax Team

Legal professionals are beginning to migrate traditional office hardware such as computers and fax machines to laptops, tablets and cloud-fax services, enabling them to maintain an increasingly mobile lifestyle while staying in touch with their business.

According to the 2012 survey from the American Bar Association's Legal Technology Resource Center, 38 percent of lawyers have already migrated to laptops as primary computers...

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