The Future of Fax is Information Exchange
Information exchange is at the heart of every business activity. It always has been and always will be. Unfortunately, this often leaves us wondering:
- Was the information I sent received?
- How do I know who really got it?
- Can I be sure what they got is what I sent?
- Can I prove it?
Introducing the RightFax Internet Connector
The RightFax Internet Connector service answers these questions every time you exchange information.
You can now securely send up to 999 pages at a time at the speed of the Internet to authenticated recipients. You get delivery confirmation and a full audit trail. The RightFax Internet Connector is fast and secure, plus it eliminates per-call phone charges because it does not use the phone network.
Here is a breakdown of the components of information exchange with the RightFax Internet Connector:
- Global RightFax Registration Database: This is the official, private record of authenticated senders and recipients. Fax numbers must be submitted by RightFax 10.5 users, and must pass a comprehensive verification process before they are entered into the database.
- Authenticated and Registered Sender: Any RightFax sender who has been verified as an authentic RightFax Internet Connector user and whose fax number(s) have been entered into the global RightFax registration database.
- Signed and Encrypted: A digital signature is taken of the document before it is sent.
- Authenticated and Registered Recipient: Any RightFax sender who has been verified as an authentic RightFax Internet Connector user and whose fax number(s) have been entered into the global RightFax registration database.
- Encrypted Internet Transmission: The document data is broken up into small, individually signed and encrypted data packets for secure transmission over the Internet.
- Signature Check: The digital signature of the received document is compared with that of the sent document. If even one bit is changed, the signature check will fail, and RightFax will send via traditional fax over a phone line.
- No Telephone Lines: RightFax Internet Connector document delivery bypasses the telephone network and its fees; however, if there is a failure to connect or any sort of error, then the document is sent as a traditional fax.
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