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  • How to Access Legacy Mainframe Applications using Robotic Process Automation
    How to Access Legacy Mainframe Applications using Robotic Process Automation Malcolm Trigg, Solutions Consultant, Micro Focus Recorded: Jun 7 2018 12 mins
    Malcolm Trigg, Solutions Consultant at Micro Focus, explains how Robotic Process Automation (RPA) products can access legacy mainframe ‘green screen’ applications and automate core business processes.

    This 10 minute overview will give a bitesize look at the challenges, approaches and solutions available when using RPA, and Malcolm will be available to answer viewer questions after.
  • The Future of Terminal Emulation
    The Future of Terminal Emulation Malcolm Trigg, Solutions Consultant, Micro Focus and Neil Harrison, Director, Solutions Consulting, Micro Focus Recorded: Mar 29 2018 40 mins
    Everyone assumed it couldn’t be done. “It’s too risky, too difficult and too expensive”, they said. But they were wrong. Now there’s a safe, manageable, cost effective way to provide easy application deployment, whilst satisfying security and regulatory requirements. It’s called Micro Focus® Reflection® ZFE, a browser based ‘Zero Footprint Emulator’.

    Zero Footprint Terminal Emulation can:

    Manage centrally: any browser, any device, any place access to IBM,
    Unisys, Airline and UNIX hosts systems

    Strengthen access: replace weak eight character passwords with
    secure automatic sign-on

    Encrypt data in motion: protect data with the latest SSL/TLS, SSH,
    FTP, and Kerberos technologies.

    Monitor and meter: track who’s connecting and when.

    Eliminate desktop touches: easily deliver zero-footprint terminal
    emulation across the enterprise without the need to manage desktop
    software.

    Now’s a great time to re-visit your terminal emulation requirements and explore how to modernize and secure user access to mainframe systems.
  • Connecting Salesforce to the Mainframe
    Connecting Salesforce to the Mainframe Malcolm Trigg, Solutions Consultant, Micro Focus and Neil Harrison, Director, Solutions Consulting, Micro Focus Recorded: Mar 22 2018 25 mins
    Mainframe based systems play a vital role in most large organizations, powering many of the most critical customer-facing business processes.

    Integrating these legacy mainframe systems with newer cloud based services such as Salesforce delivers productivity improvements for the call centre, resulting in increased customer satisfaction, competitiveness and cost savings.

    Join this webinar and understand how to integrate Salesforce to Mainframe based legacy applications.

    -See ‘User Interface’ Integration with Mainframe and Salesforce in action
    -Understand how Mainframe application logic can integrate with Salesforce

    Join us to make Salesforce and your Mainframes a winning combination!
  • The Future of Terminal Emulation
    The Future of Terminal Emulation Malcolm Trigg, Solutions Consultant, Micro Focus and Neil Harrison, Director, Solutions Consulting, Micro Focus Recorded: Feb 22 2018 40 mins
    Everyone assumed it couldn’t be done. “It’s too risky, too difficult and too expensive”, they said. But they were wrong. Now there’s a safe, manageable, cost effective way to provide easy application deployment, whilst satisfying security and regulatory requirements. It’s called Micro Focus® Reflection® ZFE, a browser based ‘Zero Footprint Emulator’.

    Zero Footprint Terminal Emulation can:

    Manage centrally: any browser, any device, any place access to IBM,
    Unisys, Airline and UNIX hosts systems

    Strengthen access: replace weak eight character passwords with
    secure automatic sign-on

    Encrypt data in motion: protect data with the latest SSL/TLS, SSH,
    FTP, and Kerberos technologies.

    Monitor and meter: track who’s connecting and when.

    Eliminate desktop touches: easily deliver zero-footprint terminal
    emulation across the enterprise without the need to manage desktop
    software.

    Now’s a great time to re-visit your terminal emulation requirements and explore how to modernize and secure user access to mainframe systems.

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