Traditional green-screen applications are rich in business logic and high in business value. Usability is another story. Clunky, old-fashioned UIs frustrate today’s users and hurt productivity. The typical modernization project is long, complicated, and riddled with risk. But now Rumba+® Desktop offers a safe, efficient, cost-effective way to boost business performance with anywhere, anytime access—from desktop, web, and mobile devices.

Rumba+ Desktop
Data Sheet Rumba+ Desktop
  • Make host connections. Connect to IBM, UNIX, Linux, OpenVMS, and HP hosts.
  • Easily modernize green screens. Do it without rewriting the underlying application or having any specialized knowledge.
  • Integrate the host and IAM. Easily extend IAM security benefits to host systems.
  • Encrypt data in motion. Protect data with the latest SSL/TLS, SSH, FTP, and Kerberos technologies.
  • Improve user productivity. Employ drop-down menus, graphs, phone systems, multiple tabs, multiscreen tables, hyperlinks, and Office productivity features.
Data privacy

Rumba+ helps ensure data privacy by allowing you to verify user access rights and redact sensitive data (including credit card numbers, social security numbers, etc.).

Keep it simple

Say goodbye to complex, time-consuming, error-prone operations. Transform multiple, complex green screens into intuitive, user-friendly interfaces—without modifying the underlying application. See user productivity climb.

Drive efficiency

Use modern controls to create a streamlined work environment. No more navigating away from, or switching between, multiple screens. With Rumba+ Desktop, users can instantly access the data and applications they need, including Google maps, graphs, tables, calendars, VOIP, and more—from one location.

Make secure connections

Safeguard your most valuable data and facilitate regulatory compliance with layers of security. From FIPS 140-2 validation to SSL, SSH, FTP, and Kerberos, Rumba+ Desktop has you covered. What’s more, all activities are recorded for compliance, activity monitoring, or training purposes.

Integrate the host and IAM

Streamline and secure your host-access operation by teaming Reflection, Rumba+, or InfoConnect emulators with MSS. Working with your Identity and Access Management (IAM) system, MSS seamlessly propagates changes to application settings and user-specific content-right here, right now, from a central server. Next time users launch a session, they’ll receive the changes.

Take centralized control

Manage host-access operations from your central MSS console. Lock down 100s (or 1000s) of far-flung desktops with ease. Grant or deny access based on group or role. Apply changes quickly to align with business needs. Make post-install adjustments on the fly. Do it on your schedule, not someone else’s.

Reinforce security as you remove passwords

Finally, you can bring your host into the IAM fold. That means you can replace weak, eight-character passwords with strong, complex ones. Implement strong authentication. Say goodbye to host passwords and automatically sign users on to their mainframe applications. It’s safe, manageable, and economical with MSS.

Rumba+ Desktop

A terminal emulation solution with innovative UI modernization technology that gives users an updated environment for accessing core applications on IBM, UNIX, Linux, and OpenVMS host systems.

Server software that works with your existing IAM system to centrally manage and secure InfoConnect, Reflection, and Rumba+ terminal emulation sessions.

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