VESK has a simple solution…
Why doesn’t flash display on the iPad ?
Firstly let us say, we here at VESK all love and admire Steve Jobs. Mr Jobs decided in his opinion (for a number of reasons that you can easily Google) that Flash was too buggy for Apple to write into their Operating System.
How does VESK allow you to view flash movies, games and animations on the iPad ?
A VESK hosted virtual desktop running Windows 7 has Internet Explorer and Firefox deployed within. Both browsers allow full Flash multimedia streaming with the latest Flash plugins installed.
Because VESK works on any device, including the iPad, when logged into VESK you can view all Flash content as you normally would, as well as all of your files, data a nd applications.
The iPad is just acting as a ‘thin’ device, the processing is all taking place in one of the VESK datacentres.
When you think about it, it’s a powerful tool. For example, VESK could be running complex backend SQL or Oracle databases with comprehensive front end technology all running from highly powerful servers in the datacentre, and all this could be operated from an iPad tethered to a mobile phone (for Internet connectivity) when lying on the beach in… (I’ll let you imagine).
See it for yourself ! Request a free trial to see how VESK works on your PC and iPad.