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Technology Requirements

Below are the recommended requirements for each Learner wishing to complete any of our eLearning modules.

Workplace Networks & VPN Connections

In our experience, Workplace IT environments’ internal configurations and available software can vary (new or old), and there may be various limitations or other restrictions in place, and as such, the functionality of any Learning Management System (LMS)  may be impacted, restricted and may not perform well.

The use of a VPN connection can result in poor performance and interferes with the SSO (Single Sign On) that connects users from our website to their eLearning modules. We strongly recommend ensuring you are disconnected from a VPN or Proxy Server if experiencing any issues with accessing the eLearning modules.

Recommended Operating Systems

Windows 7/10, Mac OSX Sierra, iPad IOS10

Mobile Devices

Comply Guru’s LMS is not available on a mobile app at this time. We recommend using a web browser on a mobile device in completing any eLearning modules. However, if completing any final assessment, we recommend completing it via a desktop browser.

Internet Speed & Reliability

We recommend using an internet connection of 256Kbit/sec or faster that will ensure that you can successfully access our eLearning modules. A stable connection is important to ensure you do not experience any outages during completion of any module or any final assessment (s).

Recommended Internet Browsers

  • Google Chrome 32-bit version 50 or later
  • Safari 10 or later

Note: add-ons and toolbars can affect any browser’s performance.

Recommended Settings

We recommend that the following settings are enabled:

  • Cookies
  • Pop-ups (in both Internet browser and security software)
  • JavaScript
  • Plugins
  • Latest Version of Adobe Flash Player
  • Latest Version of Adobe Acrobat Reader

To view all resources made available within our LMS, you will probably need Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) or an equivalent (i.e Open Office, Viewer) installed.