Webinar Service Provider MyOwnConference Gives Up Flash for Audio and Video Streaming
October 9, 2018
Webinar service provider MyOwnConference has stopped using Flash for audio and video streaming to large audiences. MyOwnConference, which has headquarters in London, United Kingdom, offers a broad range of webinar-related services including auto webinars, web conferencing and online training options which it offers to companies and organizations worldwide that are involved in sales, business, marketing, HR, and other areas.
MyOwnConference offers “more than 100 tools and features for webinars, quality audio and video streams” that allow companies to possibility create their own corporate identity. MyOwnConference becomes one of the first companies to make “large-audience webinars available without Adobe Flash Player”.
Adobe Flash was once almost ubiquitous as far as webinar platforms streaming live video and audio were concerned. A complicated technology that in some cases used computer resources to excess, it fell out of favor with browsers like Chrome who phased out support for the technology. While some companies are offering webinars and conferences without Adobe Flash for up to 5 to 10 participants, MyOwnConference has made Adobe-Flash-free webinars available for much large audiences of up to 5000 people.