Bob wants to know if eFax is still a good option to get faxes without a landline. Leo says that eFax will convert your fax to a PDF digital copy. You can then sign it digitally and then resend via eFax. There's no need to have any other hardware.
Peter needs to send faxes but his phone connection is too far away to use his office jet. Leo says that most printers are wireless. So he could connect it to his phone line and have access to the printer through his laptop. Leo says just to get a really long phone line and plug it in when he needs it. When he doesn't need it, he can just wrap it up and put it away. That'll be easier for Peter.
Kenny needs to send a fax. How can he do it these days? Leo says that eFax is a great subscription service, if he has to send a lot of faxes. It doesn't make sense for a single fax, though. There are free fax services, which puts ads on the cover page. FaxZero is the one of them. Doctor Mom in the chatroom says that if he needs a HIPAA compliant fax service, Doximity is what he'll want.
Lanny wants to be able to record webinars he's watching online. How can he do that? Leo says a screen recorder is the best bet. Windows 10 has a screen recorder built in called the Screen Recording Utility. It's designed for recording gaming, but it should work for webinars as well. The chatroom suggests OBS Studio, the Open Broadcaster Software. It comes with a built in editing utility as well.
Bernardo got the Triple Play bundle from Time Warner using the Internet, but he has to send them information from time to time via fax. Leo says that's because of them needing his signature. Leo does a rubber stamp JPG onto a PDF file and sends it to them.
Rick needs an option for sending faxes, because his fax machine broke. Leo says that eFax is an option that will also send the faxes to his email inbox. Don't buy another fax machine, use a fax service. It's about $20 a month.