Finding time for developing cyber skills

Despite the looming threat posed by cyber security issues, the Government’s Cyber Security Breaches Survey 2019 found that only 27 percent of UK businesses gave staff any form of cyber security training in the previous 12 months, including external and internal development, seminars and conferences. A lack of time and resources is perhaps the most...

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Flash to HTML5: Steps & Considerations for Success

Properly scoping the conversion project is everything. Particularly if you have a high volume of courseware to address, it is critical that you perform an up-front media analysis on your courses to gather as much useful information as possible.Simply guessing will cost you much time in the long run. Your goal should be to reduce...

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So, what happens to Your LMS When Flash Stops Working?

With Flash going away in 2020, learning professionals are asking if it will affect how courses work in their LMS. So let’s take a look at what could happen to your Learning Platform and your web based courses. After 23 years, Adobe will no longer support Flash or the Flash Player at the end of...

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Why companies must focus on the human side of cyber security to combat threats

Whether through a malicious cyber-attack or an accidental leak, a single security incident can have a devastating impact on an organisation, potentially impacting operations, damaging customer trust and causing shares to freefall. Cleaning up a data breach can also be an expensive, resource heavy affair and firms that are found to be negligent can face...

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Going from Flash to HTML5

Which courses to retire, convert or replace? If you have a large volume of courses to address, the decision of whether or not to convert them to HTML5 requires a sound strategy and proven processes. Driven by the urgency to rapidly deal with Flash content in existing courses before Adobe and web browsers stop supporting...

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