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Faxing: The "Dinosaur" That Just Won't Die

Faxing: The "Dinosaur" That Just Won't Die People have been predict ing the death of faxing for over 15 years. Research shows that it hasn't happened, and isn't likely to happen any time soon. Top Countries: Fax users (per 1,000) Japan: 93.31 United States: 55.28 Germany: 45.55 Sweden: 41.63 Denmark: 39.23 Norway: 36.04 France: 32.44 Netherlands: 31.43 Fax Machines Are Dead - Online Faxing is Alive Search Trend: "Fax Machine" 20 2107 ".the business world has seen a major decline in the volume of fax transmissions, as volume moves to other internet based methods." FaxAuthor Search trend: "Online Fax" 2813 Digital Signatures: Another Bullet Dodged While eSigning is an incredible convenience and will cont inue to integrate into our lives, it didn't kill the fax, showing that faxing still has viable business uses besides one-off signatures. Search Trend: "Digital Signatures" ".there remains a level of societal skepticism over the viability of digitally certified documents." The Bottom Line While email subsumed much of faxing, and fax machines are going the way of the Dodo, faxing has survived by adapt ing rather than succumb ing to the internet, and it looks to be here to stay for years to come. *People Still Fax Because... A fax number adds to credability. some industries still require a paper trail. not everyone is up on the latest tech.reliable internet is not ubiquitous *$350 Million Computer Based Faxing market in 2010 $620 Million Computer Based Faxing market in 2015 - online fax service Copyright 2013 Create infographics

Faxing: The "Dinosaur" That Just Won't Die

shared by philibuster82 on Jul 23
People have been predicting the death of faxing for over 15 years. But although the fax machine is dead, online faxing is alive and well, and likely will be for years to come. See why...




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