OK is one of the most common words in the English language, but it is just 150 years old. Article on OK and okay from TP Transcription Limited, UK transcribers and translators.
The provision of court transcription services in England and Wales – article by TP Transcription Limited, specialist transcription providers for legal, business and academic clients.
How to extract .CDA files from a CD and copy to a PC to use in a more usable format such as MP3. Article from TP Transcription Limited.
TP Transcription has been involved in transcribing call centre and telesales conversations for many years – accuracy of manual transcription required for precise records.
OCR text recognition services – how to get PDFs converted to Word documents free of charge and the need for copy typing if you need accuracy. Article by TP Transcription Limited.
The easiest way of playing MP3 files on an iPhone without paying Apple any money at all – an article by TP Transcription and University Transcriptions.
Zoom etiquette from TP Transcription. Although when video conferencing you’re not meeting face to face, there are still certain rules that you should follow for good practice. Article by Emily Fagan.
We are picking up a number of orders from local authorities and town councils in relation to their websites, following a new set of regulations requiring accessible websites.
Automated subtitling nightmares – an article by TP Transcription and University Transcriptions.co.uk. Manual subtitling much more accurate than automatic subtitles.
What happens to GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) compliance when the UK leaves the EU?