Google fax lets users of Gmail send and receive documents right from their email.
Tampa, FL (PRWEB) July 18, 2012
Businesses that are seeking to save money on the costs of their traditional faxing plans may want to consider upgrading to the use of Google fax. This alternative is quick, convenient, and significantly cheaper to use. There are numerous issues that are associated with the use of traditional fax machines. If a business does not have access to a fax machine at its own location, there are endless costs of having to pay the price of faxing per page at other locations. Having a fax machine strictly for business purposes also means that extra costs will be incurred for the rental of the phone line and all of the items that are necessary to keep a fax machine working properly, such as toner and paper. Likewise, most businesses have realized that faxing is essential in maintaining communications, sending, and receiving documents. The only alternative is to consider making use of online faxing with the usage of Google's email accounts.
Faxing online with Gmail has been proven to be more effective for many businesses. It should be considered to be an essential for businesses that work internationally with clients because of the convenience and opportunities that it provides. Faxes that are sent and received via Gmail are always kept in a safe area within the user's inbox, so there is no risk of losing or missing out on a fax. The faxes can be sent and received without the inconvenience of having to wait by a nearby fax machine for documents or confirmations. Although it is not yet a well-known process, there are many websites that provide information on the steps and tools that are necessary in order to send a fax via Gmail. However, many of these sites contain unclear or contradictory information that can be potentially confusing to those who have never sent an online fax before.
In contrast, http://GoogleFax.org has released a variety of tutorials and other related information that focus on the use of Google fax. The site explores many of the different companies that individuals can use for online faxing through Gmail, some of which offer free trials for new members. Whether an individual has never sent an online fax in the past or is familiar with the process but has never sent a fax through Google's email client, the steps provided are easy to understand and accomplish. For more information on Google fax and how it can improve business communication, visit http://www.googlefax.org