Is it true that when using the Philips SpeechExec Mobile ASP solution with an iPhone or Blackberry that the files are not encrypted when sending back from the mobile server?

Yes, that is correct, the files are decrypted once they are received by the mobile server. NOTE: If the suggested resolution above did not resolve your issue, please contact your Dealer (where you purchased the product from) for support. If you do not have a dealer, let us be your partner.  We offer affordable, annual…

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Is the Philips LFH-9600 Digital Pocket Memo FIPS 140-2 compliant?

Yes, with Philips SpeechExec Pro v7.1, the Philips LFH-9600 Digital Pocket Memo uses Rijndael, commonly referred to as AES with a cipher length of 256bit. AES is an approved security function applicable to FIPS 140-2. The National Institute of Standards and Technologies (NIST) has approved the Federal Processing Standard (FIPS) for the Advanced Encryption Standard, FIPS-197…

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Is it true that the Olympus DM-4 Digital Voice Recorder can read documents back to you?

As a matter of fact, Yes; the Olympus DM-4 digital voice recorder has built-in Voice Guidance and Text-to-Speech. The Voice Guidance system ensures seamless, user-friendly operation by assisting users in navigating through the recorder’s menu and features by verbally confirmation which button you’ve pressed. The Text-to-Speech system allows users to upload .TXT files to the…

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I want to e-mail a DSS file to someone who doesn’t have DSS Player Pro software. Since the file format is proprietary, how can the recipient play the file?

Question: I want to e-mail a DSS file to someone who doesn’t have DSS Player Pro software. Since the file format is proprietary, how can the recipient play the file? Olympus provides a free download of DSS Player-Lite, a software application that will allow recipients of DSS format files to play the files. DSS Player-Lite…

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