GDPR came and went: how it impacted our products

At Rustici Software, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came at an ideal time for us to complete a self-review of our data privacy (see our official description of what we've done here). Our tools can be many things to many people, with each product…

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cmi5 and Expanded PENS Support in SCORM Engine 2017.1

One thing we love about supporting eLearning standards is that by helping others comply with the specifications that best suit their needs, we get to watch them be more impactful in the space. To that end, we’re happy to include cmi5 and expanded PENS support…

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SCORM Engine 2017.1 is released!

We are excited to announce that the latest version of SCORM Engine--SCORM Engine 2017.1--is now available! The release includes a bunch of new, awesome updates, which we highlight below. Plus, we launched Managed Hosted Services this year. So if you’re looking to take some hosting…

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Helping Lockheed Martin and HCLabs play SCORM and xAPI

At Rustici Software, we’re lucky to have a slew of great clients doing interesting things with the products we provide. Yes, we solve very specific problems, but, regardless, it’s rare that any two use cases are alike which keeps me constantly engaged (with no shortage…

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cmi5 is live in SCORM Cloud

Today we’re excited to announce support for a new specification in SCORM Cloud- cmi5, which is something that doesn’t happen all that often in its history. Along with making cmi5 support readily available in SCORM Cloud, we’ve also added support for cmi5 to some of…

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SCORM Engine 2014.1 is Now Available!

With over 28 improvements and enhancements, this is the most robust upgrade for SCORM Engine since, well, ever. We've been working hard over the past few months to prepare for seamless installs and upgrades. We're excited to announce that we're ready for you, so come…

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What happens when your business model changes?

It’s a lot of fun working with both hosted and locally installed platforms. Yes, technically the deployments vary a lot (and I’m thankful for our super talented developers who manage both worlds), but it gives us the chance to work with many types of companies…

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