Government bans NHS fax use

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Experts disagree on NHS use of legacy communications technology
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Experts disagree on NHS use of legacy communications technology

Experts disagree on NHS use of legacy communications technology

The government is set to ban the NHS from buying fax machines from January 2019 in the hopes that a new safer and more secure system will be adopted. The NHS has been told it will have to phase out...

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