|From:||"Open Magazine" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
||Subject:|| The fax on Linux - Open, Aug. 26, 2002
For Open magazine subscribers
OK, so think like fax industry analyst Pete Davidson does, that in a
couple of decades or so, the Internet and e-mail will kill off the fax
as we know it.
In the near term, though, Davidson is the first to agree that fax will
remain a tried-and-true way for businesses to send documents, and that
many emerging technologies, rather than killing the fax server off for
good, will boost its use.
Enter Faximum Software. Open magazine talks to the leaders at this
Canadian company about the efficiencies to be gained with integrated
email and fax messaging server built to run on Linux, which at the
time can support Windows desktops.
August also marks the second anniversary of Open magazine. Despite two
years of extraordinary growth in Open Source acceptance among US
corporations and e-government initiatives abroad, Open's editor, Jack
Fegreus, sees decidedly un-open initiatives coming out of Washington.
seems the enforcement of intellectual property and copyright laws just
get "curiouser and curiouser."
Just click http://www.open-mag.com/9787401700.htm to go straight to the
subscriber home page and story links. And don't forget to send a copy
your friends mired in proprietary systems.
The editors of Open magazine