The Industrial Revolution is transforming the L&D landscape. The Internet of Things, cloud networks, or cyber-systems are currently taking over the workplace, as the knowledge economy continues to expand. Technology is here to remain and its use will play a defining role in the success of several businesses. Each department and a large number of jobs will eventually be affected by technologies if they are not already, and L&D makes no exception&D departments will embrace the new and continuously developing electronic technology to solve — or at least better respond to — basic problems of instruction. Meeting with today’s learners’ needs, keeping them engaged with the courses and measuring training results have been L&D challenges. Embracing electronic and exploiting its power paves the way to success and instruction efficiency.