Branch bank employees did not have secure Internet access to corporate information.
In the wake of the acquisition, Banorte’s technical support department was saddled with managing an assortment of terminal emulators that failed to meet current security standards. So the department set out to standardize host access across the board.
Experts from different areas – including systems, technical support, systems security, and quality control – tested myriad terminal emulators. Ultimately, they chose Reflection for the Web. They also employed Inffinix Conectividad, our longtime reseller in Mexico and Latin America, to help get Reflection up and running.
Easily installed on any web server and downloaded to the desktop browser on demand, Reflection for the Web gives local and remote users access to IBM mainframe, AS/400, HP, UNIX, and OpenVMS hosts. Its fully integrated Java client and proxy server provide uncompromised security, including data encryption and user authentication. Together, the Java client and proxy server shield mission-critical host information from spies, hackers, and other known security threats.