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Is The Fax Machine A Symptom Or The Problem In Healthcare?

In a brief break in Brexit shenanigans this week, the UK's Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Matt Hancock announced that he was to ban fax machines from the National Health Service (NHS .. ... read more

UK national health system bans fax machines

U.K. hospitals will no longer be able to purchase fax machines starting next month, as the country's National Health Service plans to phase out the ... More than 8,000 fax machines are still being use... read more

Fax for the memories, or how to retire obsolete technologies

The UK’s health minister, Matt Hancock, has banned the National Health Service from replacing ... Does your organization still use fax machines? If so, are they planning to replace them? read more

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Fax machines to be banned across the NHS

Fax machines will be banned across the NHS under plans to overhaul outdated technology and IT systems. Health Secretary Matt Hancock has banned the purchasing of fax machines in the health service fro... read more


How you can be hacked via your fax machine

There are over 45 million fax machines ... still widely used in some industry sectors such as healthcare, legal, banking and real estate, where organizations store and process vast amounts of highly s... read more

Faxploit: Attackers Use Fax Machines to Take over Networks, Spread Malware, Check Point Finds

Not often perceived as modern-day technology, there are over 45 million fax machines in use in businesses globally, with 17 billion faxes sent every year. It is still widely ... personal data. The UK’ ... read more

Texas needs government money to make telemedicine happen

LET THEM EAT CAKE: The UK's National Health Service ... the purchase of fax machines starting next month and ordered NHS to phase them out by March 2020. The Royal College of Surgeons estimates that m... read more

Japan's last pager service is closing down next year

Fax machines also remain popular, much like in certain sectors of the UK, where 9000 are used within the national health service. Despite still using archaic devices, Japan remains well-known for embr... read more

Criminals target fax machines to hijack networks and spread malware

A fax ... still widely used in several Industry sectors such as healthcare, legal, banking and real estate, where organizations store and process vast amounts of highly sensitive personal data. The UK ... read more

Democratize This

All of the main campaign pledges — from free tuition to thousands of new homes to a stronger National Health Service — will change where money and resources flow in the UK, from those who ... the buil... read more

FCC’s latest gift to telcos could leave Americans with worse Internet access

It is still ... service altogether. Verizon intended to replace the landlines with Voice Link, a phone service that used Verizon's cellular network. People complained that Voice Link wouldn't replace ... read more

DeepMind Health: our commitment to the NHS

Smartphones have changed the way we shop, bank and play, and yet critical patient data is still stored and communicated via reams of paper, pager systems from the eighties, and fax machines ... that t... read more



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