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SaaS Updates for May 17, 2016

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May 15, 2016

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Yesterday, Google announced a plan to push HTML5 by default in Chrome, rather than Flash. Their aim is to only serve Flash by default for the top 10 domains that still depend on it in Q4 of 2016. In other news, Smartsheet introduced a new “Sights” feature that will let users share data with others in a easy-to-understand manner, and will also give upper management visibility into a project.

Google Targets HTML5 Default for Chrome Instead of Flash in Q4 2016 – Google has outlined a plan to push HTML5 by default in Chrome, instead of Flash. In Q4 2016, the company plans to only serve Flash by default for the top 10 domains that still depend on the plugin. Chrome will display the HTML5 experience if it’s available, but if Flash is required, the user will be asked whether Flash can be allowed to run or not.

Smartsheet’s New ‘Sights’ Feature Promises a Clear Window into Complex Projects – Many companies are tracking every step of a project, from early development through delivering the final product and even past that through further iterations and troubleshooting. But the mere existence of that data doesn’t mean it’s easy to tell what’s going on with a particular project. With Sights, a new feature rolling out today, Smartsheet is trying to solve that problem by harnessing all that data into easily consumable packages that give visibility into projects.

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