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PHOENIX — With the humble fax machine still holding on long past the point where many predicted its demise, Gmail Fax Help has launched to provide better answers to all at From the secure, integrity-protecting systems that are still used daily by many legal firms to dusty, reliable devices that are the standard way of doing business for some shipping specialists, fax machines remain a fact of life in a great many domains. For those who have an occasional need to send a fax to others or receive one, the tips, reviews, and guides at www.gmailfaxhelp.com will make life a lot easier.
“One of the most surprising stories of the digital technology revolution is how the fax has held on throughout, long after it might have been thought obsolete,” said Gmail Fax Help representative Dave Snyder, “At this point, it has to be taken for granted that the fax will be around for quite some time to come, but that doesn’t mean that everyone needs to own a fax machine. Our new site was created to point out some extremely useful and accessible alternatives. We think it’s going to be a great resource for everyone who is ready to move on from the traditional fax machine but still needs access to that form of communication.”
As a recent BBC report pointed out, the fax machines that rose to worldwide prominence in the 1980s did so on top of a collective lineage stretching back much further, with Scottish pioneer Alexander Bain first experimenting with the basic idea nearly a century and a half before. When they finally did hit the mainstream all those years later, fax machines, even with their quirks and drawbacks, proved to be powerful tools for doing business.
Nearly forty years after that first major surge to true popularity, it might be thought that fax machines would have become outmoded. In reality, though, a great many organizations today still rely on them extensively as they conduct business ranging from governmental work and legal services to freight forwarding or industrial supply.
That also often means, in practice, that a great many who would not otherwise feel compelled to own a machine themselves sometimes need to send or receive a fax. Gmail Fax Help was created to provide useful, accessible advice about the existing options for resolving this dilemma and, as such, launches as an entirely unique new resource.
Published as part of the launch, for example, the new guide at details the best and easiest ways of using the Gmail email service to send faxes and cover letters to any phone number in the world. Visitors to the new site will find a wide range of similarly helpful, related resources, from answers to frequently asked questions, to step-by-step tutorials and reviews of the best iPhone fax apps.
About Gmail Fax Help:
Packed full of guides, reviews, tips, and tricks, Gmail Fax Help helps readers understand the best ways of sending or receiving faxes without needing to own a fax machine.