The Unseen Leak: Faxes in the Era of Sarbanes-Oxley
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Largely thought of as a thing of the past, the fax remains vitally important to nearly every type of business. Faxing is still used to transmit materials, including many organizations most private information: contracts, orders, audit statements or any other document that requires a hard copy signature in order to be valid. Yet, it is the very nature of these documents that creates the risk to a public company's SOX compliance. But there is a solution to these risk factors: Internet fax.

Download this paper to discover how Internet fax can plug an unseen leak and protect organizations from SOX violations and help organizations bring the fax portion of their operations up to the same standards they are using for other forms of communication.

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