`Hey, Why Can't I Do That, Too?'

The way Maury Kauffman sees it, credit for the current boom in office PC faxing goes largely to Symantec Corp.'s Delrina Group. Kauffman, a consultant on faxing who runs the Cherry Hill (N.J.)-based Kauffman Group, reckons Delrina has shipped more than 12 million copies of its consumer-oriented WinFax software. Used with any fax-modem, it lets IBM-compatible PCs send and receive faxes. "Now," says Kaufmann, "every 16-year-old is sending faxes from his PC, and the parents go into the office and say, `Hey, why can't I do that, too?"'

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