With the release of TTerm Connect, Turbosoft’s HTML5, browser based terminal emulator, we take a look back at previous generation technologies that attempted to offer the functional equivalent of desktop software in a web browser, with varying degrees of success.
TTerm Connect is Turbosoft’s web based terminal emulator. It offers all the power and functionality of traditional desktop software through a lightweight web browser client the runs on just about any device, from handhelds, mobile phones, tablets through to regular desktop systems.
A key benefit of TTerm Connect is the concept of session persistence. TTerm Connects server component ensures a session remains securely connected to the host system until you are ready to log off or disconnect, no matter what situation the client device is in. No more dropouts, no orphaned sessions due to battery issues, devices reboots or patchy WIFI. Even better, when you want to switch from one device to another, TTerm Connect can seamlessly transfer your host session across devices.
Turbosoft’s web deployable terminal emulator TTWeb is being retired. While the demand for browser based host connectivity remains, the evolving state of web technologies mean the limitations of TTWeb have become apparent. Happily, with the retirement of TTWeb comes the release of our brand new HTML5 based terminal emulator for the web, TTerm Connect. For existing TTWeb customers support will continue to be provided, as will assistance in transitioning to TTerm Connect.
TTerm Connect is Turbosoft’s browser based terminal emulator, it offers all the power and functionality of a desktop product, with the convenience and flexibility of a web browser. It also offers advantages for administrators and help desk staff that traditional desktop software can’t provide. In this article we look at some of the centralized monitoring and support tools built in to TTerm Connect’s Administrator portal.