By Hongwen Zhang, president and CEO, Wedge Networks
HTML5 has become a necessary transition for organizations in need of a new method for delivering content. Significant social networks and browsers, like Facebook, Google, YouTube and PayPal, have begun the transition to HTML5, not only transforming today’s web structure, but also how content is being processed and presented. With HTML5, organizations will benefit from new functionalities that deliver richer media, increased online responsiveness, and allowance for a disconnected operation. However, HTML5 also triggers a common IT headache — security.