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 […]
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 […]
You may hear people say, “Terminal emulators are antiquated and are no longer a necessity for this fast-paced tech-world we live in.” Anyone who is even moderately familiar with terminal emulation would, without reservation, whole-heartedly disagree with that blanket assessment; and the reason is: mainframes. Mainframes, of course, accumulate and warehouse momentous volumes of essential […]
To say that IT is of great importance for the enterprise is an understatement. However, for many companies that remain mainframe-dependent, utilizing the mainframe with more modern devices like tablets and smartphones is no easy chore. Since mainframes weren’t originally designed to work with customer-facing applications and mobile devices, bringing these technologies together in a […]
It’s no secret that certain terminal emulation merchants utilize what could be considered forceful, hardline tactics concerning software-license compliance. The good news is Rocket Software offers stress-free licensing! As a result, the necessity to track product licenses and maintain license counts is eliminated.
Your company may be at the point when purchasing a terminal emulator has become a top priority, or, it could be, that you’re looking to replace your incumbent emulator. In either case, you’re certainly doing your due diligence, and you want to make sure that you find the right solution for your needs.
In this exposition, we’re going to examine specific terms that are universally discussed when dealing with terminal-emulation migration or consolidation. We’ll clarify how Rocket Terminal Emulation can be integrated as both a viable and superior alternative.
It’s perfectly understandable as to why some businesses are reluctant to implement new terminal emulation technology. The whole idea can feel formidable and unnerving. Apprehensions can develop when one begins to think about high installation and maintenance costs, orienting employees with new methodologies, possible disruption of daily operations or IT infrastructure instability.