eFax Podcast Features Interview With Google's Ryan Boyd

Google's developer advocate talks about the launch of the Google Apps Marketplace and eFax as one of the initial apps offered

Jun 01, 2010, 10:38 ET from eFax

LOS ANGELES, June 1 /PRNewswire/ -- The successful launch of the Google Apps Marketplace in May points to the increasing demands businesses have for cloud-based applications and services.  In the latest eFax® Solutions podcast, Google developer advocate Ryan Boyd talks about the new online storefront for Google Apps™ products and services, and why eFax was selected as an initial provider.  The eFax Solutions podcasts are available online at www.eFax.com/podcasts, or at the iTunes® Store.

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The eFax Solutions podcasts present small business owners and industry professionals talking about a range of subjects, from best business practices to industry trends.  The series features a cross-section of small business professionals, including magician Rob Lake, real estate agent Dobro Goodale and lawyer Jeffry Fessler.  One thing the diverse group of interviewees has in common – all use eFax as the faxing solution for their business.

eFax is a full-featured Internet service that allows faxes to be sent and received as email attachments, saving time and money by eliminating the need for a dedicated fax machine and phone line.  The eFax integrated app empowers domain administrators to let their teams send and receive faxes, including hand-notated documents such as contracts and agreements, from their desktops, laptops, or mobile devices.

"eFax is the perfect solution for businesses of all sizes and types who need to send and receive faxes but want to cut the cord and costs associated with a traditional fax machine," said Mike Pugh, vice president, marketing for j2 Global Communications Inc., owner of the eFax brand and services.  "Our eFax Solutions podcasts highlight the fact that faxing remains an important part of daily business for many companies, and now, the availability of the service as an integrated cloud application within the Google Apps Marketplace makes it even easier to set up eFax accounts for onsite staff, remote offices, and mobile users."

For more information on how to send or receive a fax online using eFax, or to sign up for a 30-day free trial, visit http://www.efax.com/Free-Trial.  eFax is a registered trademark of j2 Global Communications, Inc. in the U.S. and internationally.

About j2 Global Communications

Founded in 1995, j2 Global Communications, Inc. provides outsourced, value-added messaging and communications services to individuals and businesses around the world. With offices in eight cities worldwide, j2 Global's network spans more than 3,600 cities in 48 countries on six continents. The Company's websites appear in numerous languages, including Dutch, French, German, Spanish English and more. Payments are accepted in currencies that include the U.S. Dollar, British Pound, Canadian Dollar, Japanese Yen, Euro, Hong Kong Dollar and more. j2 Global provides live sales and customer service support in multiple languages, including English, Spanish, Dutch, German, French, Cantonese and more. j2 Global markets its services principally under the brands eFax®, eFax Corporate®, Onebox®, eVoice® and Electric Mail®. As of December 31, 2009, j2 Global had achieved 14 consecutive fiscal years of revenue growth and eight consecutive fiscal years of positive and growing operating earnings. For more information about j2 Global, please visit www.j2global.com.

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