The Orator Digital Dictation System is a multi-line telephone dictation and transcription system. Dictation is recorded over telephone lines and stored as compact voice files. The voice files are then transferred through the Internet to transcriptionists. The system is a reliable alternative to expensive dictation systems.
- ★ Orator Online Manual
- How to Disable Automatic Windows Updates in my Hosted Orator
- How Do I Disable Physical Address Extensions When Installing Orator Software?
- How does someone access the Orator Pro Digital Dictation System? Can a user access the system locally without using external telephone lines?
- What is the storage capacity of the Orator Pro Digital Dictation System?
- When a transcriptionist completes a file from the Orator Pro dictation system, is it immediately deleted from the system or does it remain on the system for a period of time?
- What is VoIP?
- Can Orator VoIP answer calls from standard telephones (PSTN) or cell phones?
- How can Orator VoIP save me money?
- Which VoIP service provider should I use?
- Can Orator VoIP use lines from multiple service providers?
- How many calls will my Orator VoIP support?