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Will the Death of Adobe Flash Player Impact the Business Community?

At the beginning of September, we’ve been announced by Adobe about their intentions on ending Adobe Flash by 2020. We’ve all been familiar with this tool and can’t believe it will really be discontinued. The main question is how this decision is going to affect the business community. Being a video streaming platform, a lot of workers prefer to use live video instead of calls and removing Flash might impact this option when we’re taking into account the enterprise communities.
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