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.
2020 is a year of important technological change. Kronos customers have between now and the end of the year to prepare for the end of Adobe Flash—just under 11 months. To help those affected meet this deadline, here is our recommended checklist and timing to achieve a successful implementation.
The countdown to the end of Adobe Flash is ticking fast. Businesses now have just 11 months to get their technology stack in order (including workforce management solutions) before Adobe puts Flash to bed for good. Is your team fully prepared for this change? Procrastination could put you in a serious bind by the time Q3 hits.
If you've followed our previous posts, you'll already know that the demise of Adobe Flash is imminent (by the end of this year). We're not trying to sound alarmist, but this quickly approaching change will greatly impact the technology businesses rely on for their day-to-day operations, including their workforce management solutions.
2020 is the year we finally wave goodbye to Adobe Flash. Once a prominent multimedia plugin used widely across websites and internal software, Flash is being retired for its increasing incompatibility with today's most prominent devices.
Happy New Year, from your team at The WFC Group. As we look ahead to 2020, we're also taking stock of what topics drew a lot of interest over the past year and are likely to influence workforce management efforts over the year to come.
Happy New Year, from the team at The WFC Group. As we go about refreshing our calendars and pocket planners, we're thinking ahead to what 2020 has in store for workforce management customers at large.
As the world slows for several days of celebration, we want to share our gratitude and appreciation to all of our incredible partners and their families this season. Wishing safe and happy holidays to you and yours from The WFC Group.