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Introducing HTML5 Screen Sharing!

The latest release of the Chrome web browser, version 42, will block Oracle's Java plugin by default as well as other extensions that use the deprecated NPAPI. BrainCert has moved away from Java towards HTML5 technology to enable screen sharing in a Live Virtual Classroom session. Traditional screen sharing solution providers require their users to download and install propriety software to host and attend meetings. Sure, there may be a hiccup every now and then when the network gets congested, but for the most part every time you type a letter from your keyboard, wham, it appears on the remote computer instantly.  BrainCert now supports quick & easy screen sharing right in your web browser using the latest HTML5 technology with no clunky software downloads, or plugins like Java. 

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