20 January 2015
by: Mike Di Perno
The simple answer is that T.38 is a protocol for fax-over-IP (or FoIP), much like VoIP allows users to make voice calls using their internet connection. If you’re wondering why a separate protocol is necessary for sending faxes, or if you’re confused about why faxes are still relevant in our current business world, read on.
Fax Is Still Alive
Given the ease with which we can send images and multimedia via email, it may seem like the once-ubiquitous fax machine is obsolete. While it’s true that many businesses no longer use fax, it continues to be an essential part of transmitting official documents in the legal, financial, government, and…