Fax Snafu Sends Confidential Patient Data to Stranger
Usually when you go to the doctor, they have you fill out myriad forms with all your personal data, including Social Security numbers and other confidential information. You'd like to think they protect all that data, but a recent incident involving a hospital proved that wrong.
FAXAGE Enhances its Service
Internet fax allows users to send and receive faxes online through a website, email or API method with just their FAXAGE account.
UCLA Challenges the Relevancy of Fax-Or Does It?
With the emerging prevalence of electronic signature technology, UCLA now will allow recruits and their parents to use a mouse or their fingers to sign a letter of intent on the screen of a mobile device.
Asian Travel Agency Shows the Way with Paperless Business Model
Singapore is known for its technological savvy. It makes sense then, that a Singaporean firm would lead the way in developing an entirely paperless way for its agents to book travel.
The Paperless Office is Particularly Attractive for Government
For government, going paperless makes a lot of sense. California District Supervisor Federal Glover, for instance, recently extolled the virtues of going paperless in an opinion piece for the Contra Costa Times.