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Stores files for secure accessibility online and offline across systems and on the web.
A TCP/IP-based gateway that connects IBM-compatible PCs, LANs, WANs, or intranets to multiple TPF/ALCS and Unisys systems—including Amadeus, Apollo/Galileo, HP Shares, Sabre, and Worldspan—via a single connection.
A flexible print delivery software that complements InfoConnect Desktop Pro for Airlines with support for shared printers and host devices as well as for intelligent card readers, specialized ticket printers, and point-of-sale terminals.
A comprehensive package of airlines-specific, Windows-based terminal emulation, print delivery, and software development tools that connects users to computer reservation systems as well as to TPF, Unisys, UNIX/VMS, and IBM hosts.
A Windows-based terminal emulator that connects users to Unisys, UNIX, Linux, OpenVMS, and IBM hosts.
Now available as a standalone product, Micro Focus iPrint delivers mobile printing in addition to the same scalable, self-service enterprise print management features it has always offered.
Helps you secure and manage the mobile devices your users want to work on—both corporate-issued and personal (BYOD).
Enables NetWare 6.5 servers to access UNIX and Linux NFS exported file systems.
Offers NetWare services like centralized server management and secure file storage while running on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
Get seven essential tools to build your IT infrastructure, including endpoint management, next-generation collaboration, and secure file sharing.
A CORBA 2.6 compliant middleware supporting C++ and Java.
For organizations that use the original version of Orbix and CORBA. It adheres to the CORBA 2.1 specification.
Mission-critical integration based on over two decades of continuous development and refinement.
A physical and virtual conversion tool that delivers fast and efficient P2V and anywhere-to-anywhere migrations.
A disaster recovery software that uses virtual infrastructure capacity to protect both physical and virtual servers.