Flash: Good Bye and Good Riddance
Unlike yesterday's potentially overblown news about the demise of MS Paint—which was met with mixed feelings—I am quite happy to see the news of Adobe finally putting an end-date on support for Flash. It was a technology that was certainly helpful at solving the problem of online video and interactive games back in the early days, but its misuses (Flash-based site navigation, I'm looking at you!) performance inefficiencies, and security holes mean it's long past time to let it go.
I can certainly sympathize with anyone that still has Flash-based solutions they'll need to replace, though. Perhaps there'll be a nice market for developers to work on doing these conversions?
#List of #Office_365 Users
The Office 365 licenses and Office 365 user accounts do not need to have the one-to-one correspondence. It is possible to have users who do not have the Office 365 license, and it is also possible to have the Office 365 licenses, which have not been assigned to a user. (As a matter of fact, a single user account also can even have various Office 365 licenses.)
Know how to Export It to CSV file format.