Come December 31, 2020, multimedia plugin Adobe Flash will be no more. As support for this once integral software draws to a close, both software solutions providers and their customers are on a tight timeline to implement Flash-free alternatives or risk losing important functionality.
At the end of 2020, Adobe will end all support of its Flash media plugin. While many workforce management providers have already eliminated Flash features from recent solution releases, certain customers may still currently rely on Flash integrations. Continued use of any Flash-based solutions presents a security risk even with ongoing support, and that risk will only grow upon discontinuation of patch support this December.
Coronavirus may have upturned many plans and expectations for 2020, but one crucial deadline remains unchanged. Businesses everywhere have until the end of December to ditch integrations with Adobe Flash Player before Adobe ends its software support.
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