How your legacy elearning content can survive the Flash apocalypse

Back in 2005, when the Scissor Sisters were riding high in the album charts, Shrek 2 was packing out cinemas and Hurricane Katrina was wreaking havoc on America’s Gulf Coast, Flash software was installed on 98% of computers. Fast forward to 2017 and the once-pioneering technology responsible for powering multimedia content is soon to be no more. Flash is now only installed on 17% of computers and Adobe have officially announced that it will stop updating and distributing the Flash Player at the end of 2020.

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