Cleo's Streem Fax Systems
Seamlessly Integrate and Automate with Cleo's Streem Fax Systems to Eliminate the Time, Cost, and Frustration Associated with Traditional Faxing
Cleo's Streem fax server system incorporates robust fax technology that enables companies to send and receive faxes as easily as sending and receiving email, improving communications with customers, vendors, and business partners.
How does it work?
A network fax server system is a combination of traditional fax transmissions (T.30 protocol) integrated with a customer's local area network (LAN). Traditional fax transmissions exchange images (machine to machine) as opposed to data. Cleo's Streem fax systems utilize the LAN for routing of data and images. The fax server system securely exchanges data and images, and maintains data security within the LAN and behind the firewall, throughout the process.
Is a fax system secure?
Prior to sending fax documents outside the network, Cleo's fax systems convert the fax data into images (nondata) that are sent over the telephone network via a T.30 fax protocol connection. The ITU International Telecommunication Union) T.30 fax protocol does not allow for the processing of data or the transmission of data, only images. This eliminates the security risk of any data exchange capability. Integration with Multi-Function devices for scan-to-fax provides permissions based access, which is granted by the network administrator upon logon. An authorized list of fax recipients can be programmed so that any unauthorized fax number entered will be rejected and the user will be notified via an immediate rejection notice printed at the device.
Will Cleo's Streem Fax Systems work with my system?
Sending a fax is quick and easy with Cleo's Streem fax server system. The fax systems support several methods of inbound fax routing, and Cleo's Streem Fax server system integrates with Microsoft Exchange (Outlook), Lotus Notes, GroupWise, and also may be integrated with virtually any simple mail transfer protocol (SMTP) mail server, acting as the fax gateway through which outgoing faxes are sent and incoming faxes are delivered.