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About Juan D'Achiardi
Juan joined us from... well, all over the place. He's lived in five countries over the past seven years and not only did try all of the local dishes, he also learned the respective languages. He brings over six years of customer service experience to the company along with a healthy mix of energy and wit. In his free time Juan likes learning new songs on the guitar and pondering the next language to conquer.

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Posted on Jun 23, 2017 by Juan D'Achiardi

Fig.1: Desktop Browser Version (Partially Combined) Worldwide Market Share

 

Our users

From a quick analysis done of our traffic over the past year (May 2016 to May 2017):

  • Chrome clearly comes out as boss with 63% of total sessions.
  • Internet Explorer & Edge follow – not too closely – with 14% (11% IE and 3% for Edge).
  • Non-supported IE versions make up 0.55% of the Filtered total sessions in a year. 

 

Why even write this?

We hear a lot from large organisations that legacy software and hardware hold them back. For L&D professionals that want to improve people’s working lives, that’s a frustration. During a talk given by Donald Taylor at Learning Technologies, this legacy issue resonated across the auditorium. IT departments don’t always know the full benefits of using certain software or of how up-to-date competitors are. Of course, multi-site setups and high-sensitivity sectors and departments complicate the situation further. This article doesn’t claim to help in all situations!

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Topics: Learning & Development, Business, Technology, browsers