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Introducing New Datacenter Locations For Virtual Classroom

We're happy to announce that BrainCert now offers over 12 low-latency datacenter locations worldwide - the largest secure global infrastructure, enabling you to schedule and launch live virtual classroom sessions no matter where you or your attendees may be!  

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Get class launch URL in advance for Virtual Classroom API

There was a limitation with virtual classroom API that used to show the launch URLs for students only at the specific date and time of the scheduled class. We have now introduced a new feature in the API giving you the ability to see the launch URLs in advance. Use "getclasslaunch" API call to get the launch URLs for instructor and all the students.

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Introducing New Regions For Virtual Classroom

We’re excited to announce the launch of new datacenter regions to host your virtual classroom sessions globally.  

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BrainCert Platform Updates - July 2016

Good News! We’re excited to share some new July 2016 updates to the BrainCert platform. In this release, we're introducing several new features, more ways to deliver any type of training online, and other tools and updates to meet your training and collaboration needs. 

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BrainCert Launches World’s First WebRTC based HTML5 Virtual Classroom In 50 Languages

We are super excited to announce the launch of world’s first WebRTC (Web Real-Time Communications) based HTML5 Virtual Classroom in 50 Languages. HTML5 is an open source markup language that does not require a plug-in to run its applications. Removing the need for proprietary plug-ins like Adobe Flash certainly closes a common attack vector, and because HTML5 updates are delivered through browser updates, they're far more likely to be applied than patches for plug-ins.

We have replaced our Flash based online virtual classroom with a new HTML5 version for better functionality. We are aware of the serious security risks and vulnerabilities posed by Flash plug-in. Google, Mozilla, Amazon all have banned Flash, Apple doesn’t support it and Facebook is worried too. Thus, it was a necessary decision for us to switch to a safer HTML5 version which is supported by all top desktop browsers and we are soon to add support for iOS/Android devices.

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