Breeze trains live with new features

May 2004
IT Training;May2004, p14
Trade Publication
Changes to the latest version of Macromedia's Breeze authoring tool have made it easier to use for live training over the Internet. Version 4 Breeze has improved Web conferencing capabilities that increase the flexibility of online classes. The software uses Microsoft PowerPoint and Flash to keep file sizes down, so that users can take part in live training without extra hardware or a broadband connection. The latest edition of Breeze is also compatible with SCORM and AICC-compliant learning management systems.


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