Faxing: The HIPAA Risk That Hides in Plain Sight
- Fax/voice mail software. Khan, Saad // PC Week;7/25/94, Vol. 11 Issue 29, p89
Reports on the benefits of using a combined facsimile/voice-mail software and a voice-enabled fax modem for a small office. Upgradability; SoftNet Inc.'s FaxWorks Voice with Zoom VFP 14.4 V modem; Glitches encountered in running fax/voicemail software on Windows; Pacific Image Communications'...
- Faxing for less over the Internet. Ruth, Joao-Pierre S. // Business News New Jersey;11/16/98, Vol. 11 Issue 41, p20
Focuses on the use of Internet technology in sending fax messages. Speed of communication over electronic mail and the Internet; Lack of assurance that the message arrived at its intended destination.
- COMPUTERLESS E-MAIL. Aaronson, Lauren // Popular Science;Dec2006, Vol. 269 Issue 6, p104
A review is presented of the Celery Mail Service, an Internet service that allows faxes to be read as e-mails on the receiving end and allows e-mails sent to be received as faxes.
- Tip of the week 1: E-mail privacy. Kendall, Nigel // GP: General Practitioner;11/10/2003, p45
To maintain electronic mail (e-mail) privacy, always use the blind carbon copy (BCC) option to avoid sharing addresses. The BCC option is available in all e-mail clients, albeit sometimes hidden. It is named after the old fashioned blind carbon copy and means that only the sender will be able to...
- Chapter 3: I Just HATE it When that Happens! Updergrove, Andy // Standards Today;Sep2010, Vol. 9 Issue 3, p30
The article discusses the chapter three of The Alexandria Project. It explores a day in the office when a subordinate was summoned by his superior due to an e-mail, the loss of security files and the thoughts running inside the mind of the subordinate. It highlights the idea of a weakened...
- E-mail can't compete with fax. Fassett, Anne M. // Telecommunications - Americas Edition;Nov95, Vol. 29 Issue 11, p24
Cites a Gallup/Pitney Bowes survey reporting that facsimile transmission is more popular than electronic mail among leading American companies.
- Tip of the week 2 E-mail fax service. // GP: General Practitioner;2/24/2003, p49
Presents information on the e-mail facsimile transmission (Fax) services. Availability of a free fax number; Number received by the customer on signing to the e-mail fax service; Revenue source of the Web site.
- E-mail faxes combine best of both worlds. Schmidt, Kathleen // Crain's Chicago Business;10/02/2000, Vol. 23 Issue 41, pSR28
Reports on the business applications of e-mail faxing in the United States. Businesses that use e-mail faxes; Limitations of e-mail faxing; Effects of e-mail and the Internet on the use of fax machine.
- Appendices: Appendix 4: Contributor Contact Details. // Doing Business with Jordan;2004, p436
A variety of information on electronic mail addresses, facsimile and telephone numbers of several contributors to the book "Doing Business With Jordan" is presented.