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What is the Difference Between Rumba + Desktop Web -To- Host and Reflection ZFE ?

What is the Difference Between Rumba + Desktop Web -To- Host and Reflection ZFE ?

Please Explain me in details about these two products .

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Re: What is the Difference Between Rumba + Desktop Web -To- Host and Reflection ZFE ?

Hi ,
these are three different products. The main difference is the technology

Below software suite connects your users to information on multiple hosts and servers across your organization.

  • Make host connections. Connect to IBM, UNIX, Linux, OpenVMS, and HP hosts.
  • Easily modernize green screens. Do it without rewriting the underlying application or having any specialized knowledge.
  • Integrate the host and IAM. Easily extend IAM security benefits to host systems.
  • Encrypt data in motion. Protect data with the latest SSL/TLS, SSH, FTP, and Kerberos technologies.
  • Improve user productivity. Employ drop-down menus, graphs, phone systems, multiple tabs, multiscreen tables, hyperlinks, and Office productivity features.

 

Rumba+ Desktop:            Rumba+ Desktop operates on Windows systems like Windows 7 ,8,10. It works on Windows Server on Citrix and WTS.

OnWeb Web-to-Host:     This is a Browser based product. It deliver the Emuluation via a Java Applet or an ActiveX Control

Reflection ZFE:                Our Zero Footprint Web Access to Host Applications. No Java , no ActiveX. A simple and secure  HTML5 solution.

 

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