Embedded devices are those used for specialised commercial or industrial applications. Point-of-sale terminals, industrial controllers and mobile scanners are some examples of embedded devices. These devices typically have a narrow function, with limited computing power and power demand. Commercial and industrial functions sometimes involve the need to connect with other terminals on an embedded device, and so Turbosoft has a terminal emulation program, TTWinCE, which is designed for Windows CE.
One of the most complex tasks associated with IT management these days is software licensing. Whilst some companies are using license fine print to raise their revenue over the course of many years, Turbosoft is taking a different approach.
A recent survey by Compuware is one of the latest reports to confirm that organisations are facing a serious mainframe-skills shortage. The survey has found that the CIOs of many organisations are concerned about a looming shortage of mainframe-qualified people in the workforce. This shortage presents an opportunity for those looking to study or work in the IT field, and suggests that mainframe skills will be highly sought after in the job market.
TTerm is an intuitive, easy-to-use terminal emulator designed specifically for the iPad. TTerm supports a wide range of terminals and has a comprehensive range of features that make it suitable for both beginners and advanced users. Here are some FAQs relating to TTerm.