FLASH IS BEING REPLACED BY THE NEWWEB STANDARD, HTML5
The average company using eLearning has anywhere from 10-20 titles in circulation at any one time. More in larger organisations.
Mobile devices don’t support Flash at all, and now major desktop browsers like Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, and Safari are reducing their support for Flash and focusing on the HTML5 standard. If your content is built in Flash, your organisation will be affected when Adobe stop development on the Flash platform in 2020. In fact, your content could be at risk even sooner if your organisation is contemplating browser updates in it's next Standard Operating Environment update.
The consequences of not updating your eLearning from Flash to HTML5 can be serious:
- • Your eLearning courses may cease to work
- • Training costs can increase and staff time will be lost to face-to-face training
- • Inconsistency of training will become a problem
- • Non-compliance issues will ensue.
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