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GFI FaxMaker 2014 Announces Support for Windows 7 and 8


August 26, 2014

GFI Software has announced that the company’s GFI FaxMaker 2014 now supports machines running Windows 7 and Windows 8/8.1 operating systems. This is integral for companies that rely mainly on faxing, as they will now be able to comply with various regulations.

The latest announcement from GFI Software will reduce faxing related expenses to companies as they can now send faxes without the expensive server systems. GFI FaxMaker 2014 works with most of the modern day mobile devices, making the whole process of sending and receiving test messages easy and simple.

The new version also offers the much needed support for companies migrating to Windows 7 & 8. It also provides texting capability without any GSM service. Customers can send SMS via emails. The company believes these features will be especially ideal for legal and healthcare industries as they rely heavily on faxing.

Other important features offered in the new version include support for Sangoma Communications Boards, Fax Archive Viewer, Secure Client, and Web Services API.

“It is in the best interest of any business still relying on Windows XP to upgrade as soon as possible,” said Sergio Galindo, general manager, Infrastructure Business Unit, GFI Software. “Not only does GFI FaxMaker 2014 enable businesses to send and receive faxes anytime, anywhere, they can do so on the low cost Windows 7 or Windows 8 to assure the safety and security of their data without breaking the bank. This is especially true for businesses in regulated industries, like healthcare, finance and government.”

Recently, the company updated GFI Cloud and introduced new remote control and remote access features for the same. The availability of remote control is expected to provide a safe remote support session for users in the cloud. It also enables users to take control of a computer from the same centralized online console




Edited by Maurice Nagle




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