Terminal Emulation may not be glamorous, but for many organizations it's essential software and it needs to be accurate and reliable. If you're in the market for terminal emulation software you need to be assured that you're in partnership with a vendor who can not only provide you with quality software but one who’ll be around to update and maintain it.
Sometimes there’s a need for automating tasks and enhancing the user interface of a host session. One of the ways this can be achieved in TTerm Connect is through the use of TTerm Connects built in Macro language. In this article we’ll look at displaying a custom message for users on login to a host system using TTerm Connects built in Macros.
Linux has come a long way since the days of being a small project belonging to one developer, Linus Torvalds. Although it's not always immediately obvious Linux is now ubiquitous: in consumer and embedded devices, in the servers that host and power much of the internet, in mobile phones through Android and in through initiatives like Googles Chromebook and ChromeOS which are now capable of running Linux applications. Even areas like computer gaming, long considered the exclusive of domain of Microsoft windows and console manufacturers such as Sony and Nintendo are seeing significant signs of Linux activity.
Whilst the need for terminal emulation software remains strong, the availability of certain niche terminals is making access to systems such as HP / Tandem nonstop, Stratus VOS, HP3000 MPE and Unisys Clearpath difficult or exceptionally expensive.