What is Philips SpeechExec Mobile?

On July 1, 2011 Philips announced the release of thier Philips SpeechExec Mobile solution.  This solution will allow users to dictate and send files from thier BlackBerry, iPhone and iPad.  This new solution of contains the following components: Philips Smartphone Dictate Application An Activated License – Workflow Transcribe Application This solution is currently compatible with: SpeechExec Pro…

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What are the Olympus Management Components?

System Configuration Program (SCP)

The SCP facilitates installation and updates of modules for end users (Dictation Module and Transcription Module), manages application settings for end users (author and Transcriptionist), and updates firmware management. The SCP can be used to import an MSI image from an R5 CD and create a MST file. The package can then simply and quickly deployed to users via Active Directory/Group Policy.

 

Device Customisation Program (DCP)

The DCP is a separate utility to quickly customise, import, and export device settings.
 

License Manager (LM)

This is an application to manage the licenses and accounts of DM’s and TM’s in a workgroup system utilising an MUL (Multi User License).

Verification Source: In-house testing

What are the PC requirements for the Olympus AS-5000 Transcription Kit?

Supported Operating Systems: Windows® 2000 Professional Service Pack 4Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2Windows XP Professional (32-bit/64-bit)Windows Vista(tm) Ultimate Edition (32-bit/64-bit)*Windows Vista Enterprise Edition (32-bit/64-bit)*Windows Vista Business Edition (32-bit/64-bit)*Windows Vista Home Premium Edition (32-bit/64-bit)*Windows Vista Home Basic (32-bit/64-bit)*Windows Server 2003 (32-bit/64-bit)Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit)* *Requires DSS Player Pro R5 version 5.0.9 or later Mac® OS…

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Using the Philips Dictation Recorder App Version 2.1.2, my dictations will not send if an image is attached. Is there some sort of additional configuration needed to make this work?

Yes, you need to update the existing upload.aspx file when you update the Mobile Server to 2.1.11.  Once you’ve updated to Mobile Server V2.1.11, go to the installation folder of Mobile Server. 1. On your Server, go to C:/Program Files/MobileServer.  Towards the bottom, you’ll see an upload.aspx file. 2. Select and [Copy] the upload.ASPX file 3. [Paste] this…

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