The never-stopping introduction of new mobile devices poses new challenges since users may now need mainframe access on a wide range of devices.
Wilmington, DE (PRWEB)
August 01, 2017
Cybele Software, Inc. is pleased to announce the latest version of z/Scope Anywhere, v8.0. This product is designed to securely provide access of host systems to employees, contractors, clients, and other users globally with no setup required on the client side.
Corporations, higher-educational institutions, and organizations looking for secure, ubiquitous, and easy-to-manage access of their IBM Mainframes, AS/400, and Unix-based host systems are finding that z/Scope Anywhere is the right solution. This product provides terminal emulation over browser on virtually any operating system or device, including Chromebooks. It supports both touch screens and virtual keyboards providing a truly usable access experience on mobile devices such as tablets. It provides robust support for multiple protocols including TN3270E, TN5250E, TN3287, TN3812, VT100, VT220, VT320, VT420, SSH1 and SSH2 Telnet Servers, and SFTP.
Security is always a concern when interacting with critical systems and sensitive data, and the new z/Scope Anywhere 8 retains all the features of the previous version—including security. z/Scope Anywhere was designed to provide a secure 128-bit encrypted connection. It supports TLS (Transport Layer Security), uses Secure Shell Version 2 (SHH2), and provides secure FTP connections using the SSH File Transfer Protocol (SFTP). Although depreciated, certain legacy security protocols are also supported including SHH1, SSL2, and SSL3.
While the product has always been feature rich, with this newest release of z/Scope Anywhere, Cybele Software greatly enhanced the product’s feature set, flexibility, and user experience.
Version 8 introduces a new and improved user interface (UI). With a goal of providing a variety of ways to comfortably view and navigate between multiple active sessions, version 8 retains the Classic mode of older versions and introduces a Cover Flow display mode that allows the user to visually flip through the connections, a Gallery mode that displays the connections as thumbnails, and a grid mode that aligns and displays the…