New terminal emulation and user interface modernization solutions launched

With the announcement of RUMBA v8.1, Web-to-Host v6.1, and OnWeb 7.5 now organizations can fully leverage existing corporate applications, for maximum value.

Highlights include:

  • Tabs, tiles, and zoom a new user interface enabling customers to scan multiple customer touch points at the same time from one screen
  • History tracking in RUMBA shows the end user’s progress through a transaction that can be renamed and searched on
  • Microsoft Office ready, customers can now interact with Microsoft Office applications from within RUMBA. Sending application details via Outlook, Microsoft Word, OneNote and PowerPoint is only a click away.
  • Developing with .NET and Microsoft Visual Studio is made easier with RUMBA’s full .NET compatibility and pre-packaged source and example files in Visual Studio.
  • Increased performance
  • FIPS compliant, Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Secure Shell (SSH) technology for secure terminal and FTP sessions to host computers. TLS 1.0 is supported.
  • Customers can now modify and create custom toolbars in RUMBA
  • Web-to-Host 6.1 is fully DBCS compatible

To learn more about the new features and the benefits of these newly released products, two webinars have been organized. They are scheduled for:

• Webinar #1: December 7th, 2010 @ 11:00 GMT / 6:00 Eastern
• Webinar #2: December 7th, 2010 @ 18:00 GMT / 13:00 Eastern

Please select the webinar that is most convenient for your timezone.

If you have an active Micro Focus SupportLine agreement, we can help you ensure continued uptime and a smooth transition to new technologies and operating systems, providing updates, fixes and new releases, as well as hotline support.

If you are using a competitive terminal emulation solution and would like to know more about the pricing incentives to migrate or consolidate to a Micro Focus solution, please contact your Micro Focus sales representative.

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