Serotek Team - October 24, 2016 - 5:46pm
It happens from time to time to all of us who rely on a screen reader. You go to a website, and with no prompting on your part, the website starts playing some music, a video, or something else that drowns out your screen reader. How do you turn the sound down, or just make it stop, short of closing the web page altogether? You try to find your way to the stop button or the volume control, but the sound from the web page is making it hard to hear what your screen reader is telling you. Wouldn't it be nice if your computer could automatically turn down the other sound while it's talking?
Serotek Team - November 18, 2015 - 8:32pm
You guys may’ve heard the Tek Talk broadcast the other night where Mike Calvo and Matt Campbell covered some changes at Serotek. Didn’t catch it? Click here and listen at your leisure.
Or, if you’d rather read about some of our changes, here’s a breakdown:
Joe Orozco - August 17, 2015 - 8:44pm
In light of the excellent response to our Keys to K12 reminder, we've decided to revive a promotion we ran during the month of July.
DocuScan Plus V3.0 for Windows and Mac are being sold at a discount now through Labor Day!
Yeah yeah. We've heard about the update. Okay, but have you tried it? Remember our products now come with a free 14-day trial.
Check out these new features for DSP:
Serotek Team - August 12, 2015 - 9:42pm
The Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) requires children and youth ages 3-21 with disabilities be provided a free and appropriate public school education. Unfortunately, there are too many cases of schools unable to provide the necessary resources to provide and maintain a quality level of education. Serotek is playing a small part in putting a dent in these disparities.
Serotek Team - July 28, 2015 - 1:32pm
If you're running most versions of Windows 7 or Windows 8, chances are good you've received an invitation to upgrade to Windows 10. You'll find a new icon in your System Tray that says as much, but is it a good idea to be an early adopter?
The short answer, in our opinion, is unless you require Windows 10 for work, you should hold off on upgrading.