If you're an Adobe Captivate e-learning developer, and you're not already using an LMS, then the chances are very good you WILL need to work with one in the near future. When you do, you'll find the issue of LMS server latency is something you need to understand and solve when developing your content.
Why do you need to understand this somewhat technical issue? How bad can it be?
Well, simply put, it could severely restrict or even cripple your entire e-learning project. If that doesn't sound good to you, read on. This post explains what server latency is all about, and what causes it. Once you've digested this information, I recommend you head on over to this other post that explains the countermeasures you can use with Adobe Captivate to address latency.