This post was sponsored by Utility Telecom, a leading provider of VoIP telephone systems and internet services to businesses and organizations all over California and Nevada.
With more businesses upgrading their services to VoIP networks, their traditional fax machines have forced them to either dedicate a phone line for the fax machine or ditch faxing altogether.
To offer a solution that allows businesses the option to keep faxing but remove the machine, Utility Telecom launched the Utility Fax Professional earlier this year.
With Utility Fax Professional, any employee that needs to receive incoming faxes can easily have a fax number added. Messages are then presented as easy-to-work- with PDF files that are capable of being emailed, forwarded, or printed.
For businesses that prefer to keep their traditional fax machine, Utility Telecom offers a solution for all. With a Fax HTTPS ATA solution, businesses can keep their traditional machine while gaining additional user capabilities.
When Utility Telecom sets up a Fax HTTPS ATA device, the device is set up on the businesses premise, located behind their fax machine while staying connected to the internet. This allows all calls made by the fax machine to be converted into HTTPS, with security certificates and encryption.
If you’re interested in learning more about Utility Telecom’s faxing options, click here.