• October 19, 2018

Terminal Emulation

Terminal Emulation

Terminal emulator licensing doesn’t have to hurt

Licensing used to be a pretty simple thing: companies would pay for a certain number of seats and then install the software. This worked pretty well for many decades. And then the cloud happened – and all the rules changed. After all, without software hosted on-site there’s no simple buy it/install it model anymore. So […]

Terminal Emulation

Rocket BlueZone Web: Your Questions Answered

  “The Future of Terminal Emulation is Here” webinar was conducted on May 16, 2018 to get you better acquainted with BlueZone Web. The following questions have been selected from discussions during, and immediately following the webinar that we’d like to address further with you. Is there a server, and where does it run? BlueZone […]

security Terminal Emulation

The power of terminal emulation in 2018: simplifying security, facilitating compliance

While organizations have been using terminal emulation on mainframes for 30+ years, the tech landscape has certainly changed around them. The good news is that terminal emulators have evolved dramatically as well. Suffice it to say that for many large organizations, mainframes continue to be a very secure and viable option for running mission-critical programs […]

Rocket BlueZone Web Terminal Emulation

Now Available: Zero-Footprint Terminal Emulation with Rocket BlueZone Web

You should be able to say with confidence that your workforce is operating as responsively, and as productively as possible. That means finding a solution that can address the growing disparity of operating systems and platforms in a remote and secure way. This week, we announced the release of Rocket BlueZone Web. New to the […]