• October 26, 2021
Terminal Emulator

Using Passport? Try the new Rocket Terminal Emulator!

Rocket has been developing terminal emulators for decades. It’s a technology space we love, partly because it is so often overlooked by other vendors. There’s actually unexpected innovation in this domain.  It’s not hard to believe that security is on top of the list for every mainframe user, whether it’s through multi-factor authentication, out-of-box support […]

Terminal Emulator

New Terminal Emulator Brings Innovation to Users of Mission-Critical Systems

The past year has dramatically shifted how businesses operate, moving many to full-time remote or hybrid work environments. Unfortunately, the speed at which this change took place meant that many businesses were unprepared, relying on systems that weren’t optimized for a new work environment.  Luckily, Rocket is prepared to help. For over 30 years, we’ve […]

Terminal Emulator

Announcing BlueZone Web: The First Commercial Terminal Emulator Solution for Open Mainframe Project’s Zowe

As a global software leader in IBM Z® and IBM® i modernization, we’re always looking for ways to make the mainframe more efficient, accessible, and user-friendly. That’s why we’re proud to have partnered with the Linux Foundation’s Open Mainframe Project (OMP) to create open source software for the mainframe. We’re also proud to announce that […]

BlueZone Web: Multi-factor authentication

With the COVID-19 pandemic remodelling the global IT workforce to a ‘work from home’ approach, CTO’s from all sectors are now asking questions about how secure their critical business applications actually are.  It’s no secret that major data breaches cost corporations millions of dollars and leaves them with a tarnished reputation. In 2018, the largest […]

Home is What the Terminal Emulates

We’ve all been spending a lot of time at home lately. Many of us, as we live and work in our houses day-in, day-out, week after week, have found reasons to rearrange furniture, relocate hand towels and otherwise tune the environment to make it feel easier and more livable. To make it feel more like […]

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Adapting to the new normal: Remote work and the mainframe

Work from home has become an essential business proposition and it’s not just for today. It’s something that we’re going to live with for many years. As a result, we need to rethink how we’re connecting to the mainframe today. Accessing the mainframe First things first, a connection is necessary. Rocket BlueZone Web 3270 emulator. […]

Stay Home with Rocket BlueZone Web

Around the globe, companies have sent their employees home to prioritize their safety during the COVID-19 outbreak. For many organizations, this means a greater burden on their IT systems and connectivity from remote workstations, home computers and mobile devices.   At Rocket Software, we know that your legacy systems live at the heart of your IT […]

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 […]

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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 […]

Terminal Emulators—A Powerful Tool That Isn’t Going Away!

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 […]