You have a fax machine, an Internet connection, a credit-card reader and a regular, old phone line. Where, pray tell, do you plug them all in? You could pay to install four or five phone lines and watch the phone company get rich--or you could hook up to a line-sharing device like Multi-Link's The Stick II.
The two-line call processor, which goes for $259 (street), lets you plug in devices at five ports and automatically processes all calls to the correct device. The call-in/dial-out long-distance saver lets you make long-distance calls through your office phone from remote locations, and the port-to-port communication and data-transfer feature allows you to connect two computers to The Stick II to send data from one to another or the peripheral devices. Visit http://www.multi-link.net or call (800) 535-4651 for more information.
Flatiron Resource Group, (303) 926-8280, http://www.flatironresources.com