Imaios in the news...

26/09/2013 5:04 pm Marie-cecile de Faucigny Tags:

 The success story in this area is Imaios, which began life as a French e-learning tool for interactive MRI training and has now expanded to clinical and anatomy modules. It is now accessible through mobile phone apps. Imaios will be presented on Friday 18 October, she noted.

http://www.auntminnieeurope.com/index.aspx?sec=sup&sub=xra&pag=dis&ItemID=608743


e-Anatomy and iOS 7

18/09/2013 4:04 pm Marie-cecile de Faucigny Tags:

Dear e-Anatomy users, 

Rest assured e-Anatomy is compatible with iOS 7


IMAIOS will be speaking at the JFR congres in Paris next month

17/09/2013 4:03 pm Marie-cecile de Faucigny Tags:

Success story 2013

Friday 18/2013 17h-18h : E-learning, new technologies and business-model in radiology

Speaker Denis Hoa

Presentation followed by Prix Radeos.org 2013

http://jfr.radiologie.fr/

If you would like to meet us there, just drop us an email: mcdf@imaios.com


IMAIOS on social networks!

01/09/2013 4:10 pm Marie-cecile de Faucigny Tags:

Join IMAIOS Discussion Group on LinkedIn  

 

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Login issues? Clear your cookies.

22/11/2010 6:08 am Denis Hoa Tags:

If you are experiencing difficulty logging in since IMAIOS website upgrade on November 20, 2010, please try to clear your browser’s cookies.

We are changing the way we handle user logins.

To clear your cookies:

(from http://www.wikihow.com/Clear-Your-Browser%27s-Cookies )

 

Internet Explorer 6

 1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Internet Options and select the General tab.

2. To delete all cookies, in the Temporary Internet Files section, click Delete Cookies and press OK.

 

Internet Explorer 7

 1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Internet Options and select the General tab.

2. To delete all cookies, in the Browsing History section, click Delete….

3. Then click Delete cookies….

4. Click Yes.

 

Internet Explorer 8

 1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Internet Options and select the General tab.

2. To delete all cookies, in the Browsing History section, click Delete….

3. Uncheck the top Preserve Favorite Website Data box.

4. Then check the box next to Cookies…. Check the other boxes at your own discretion.

5. Click Delete.

 

Firefox 3.0

 1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Options… and select the Privacy tab.

2. Click the Show Cookies… button.

3. To delete all cookies click the Remove All Cookies button.

 

Firefox 3.5 & 3.6

 1. Once your browser is open, select the Tools menu and click Clear Recent History

2. Select a timeframe from the Time Range to Clear dropdown menu. It is generally best to select Everything.

3. In the details list, make sure Cookies are selected. If you also want to clear your cache, make sure that is selected as well.

4. Click Clear Now.

 

Google Chrome

 1. Once your browser is open, press Control + Shift + Delete.

2. Ensure that delete cookies is selected.

3. Click clear browsing data. Alternatively you can click the spanner icon in the top left, select clear browsing data and repeat steps 2 and 3.

Mac Users, click Chrome in the top menu and choose Clear Browsing Data… Then check the Delete cookies and other site data Then press the Clear browsing data

 

Safari

 1. Go to the menu labeled “Safari”

2. Select the sub-menu “Preferences …”

3. Select the “Show Cookies” button

4. Select all the remaining cookies showing in the window and click “Remove All”

 

Important! While deleting the browser cookies may fix the problem, it also removes your saved settings for sites you've previously visited.

Please excuse us for this inconvenience.

 

IMAIOS Support team


IMAIOS will undergo maintenance this weekend.

16/11/2010 3:08 pm Denis Hoa Tags:

 

Maintenance is expected to start November 20th at 8am GMT and will last for 2 days, until approximately November 20nd at 8am GMT.During this time, users won’t be able to access the whole IMAIOS website, including e-Anatomy and e-MRI.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause



IMAIOS updates e-Anatomy

02/11/2009 1:38 am Denis Hoa Tags: e-Anatomy