As of September 2015, most people are not able to run Java client software (including applets) in the most popular browser in the USA today. If you’re not up to date on browser popularity, I’m talking about Chrome, which has achieved a market share of 40%-60%, depending on the source.
Let me paint a scenario of a typical company with hundreds or thousands of users handling documents in their everyday work processes. You can safely presume downtime is one of their most critical concerns and one that must be avoided at almost all costs. Let’s also assume that the com
Snowbound is constantly working to enhance its suite of powerful document viewing and conversion solutions. In this new blog series, we’ll preview forthcoming enhancements that we are excited for our customers to experience. *** One of the many sophisticated features found in Snowboun
What do most people do when they are working on their computer and see a “Format Not Allowed” dialog box? Or how about a “File Not Supported” error? Most of us would assume the application isn’t built to handle whatever we are trying to do and find another approach. But that’s not eve
Patty’s recent blog post got me thinking about a number of things. As I sit here watching black and white video of a B-52’s concert from 1980 on a 27″ desktop display, two floors away from the nearest TV, it reinforced her point for me—we invent technology to access