At SHARE Phoenix 2019: The SDS Team
Thanks for visiting the SDS booth at SHARE Phoenix 2019:
Varun Dhawan won the Passport prize ($200 Amazon.com gift card).
Debbi Foley won the Booth prize ($100 Amazon.com gift card).
Thanks for visiting the SDS booth at SHARE St. Louis 2018:
Johnny P. Barron of Ben E. Keith Company won the Passport prize.
Bill Coatney of American National Insurance won the Booth prize.
Thanks for visiting us at:
March 11-16, 2018
Check out our impressive selection of product offerings and, of course, enter our drawings. SDS has several security products (e.g., our z/OS SIEM agent), other z/OS mainframe management software, and even a thin-client, browser-based 3270 Terminal Emulation solution, all highlighted by forward-thinking, feature-rich product development and award-winning SDS 24/7/365 Technical Support.
SHARE Providence – August 6-11, 2017
2 Important sessions at SHARE Providence…
Ultra-Thin and Ultra-Secure: The Future of 3270 Client Workstations
Presenters: Dean Butler, Patrick Fournier, Franck Lerivrain, Jean-Pierre Vercruysse
In 2016, Fraikin – the European leader in Commercial Vehicle Fleet services – decided to get out of the mainframe client workstation business altogether by replacing the 1,500 Windows PC workstations used to access their mainframe applications with minimalist Chrome-based devices from which desktop and mainframe applications are accessed in the Cloud. Besides meeting its ambitious multimedia enabling and cost savings objectives, this Enterprise-wide Virtual Device Infrastructure (VDI) initiative resulted in the design of an ultra-thin and ultra-secure TE 3270 client workstation – one with drastically reduced and simplified support requirements, and with unparalleled mobility and flexibility. Come and see the future of 3270 TE client workstations.
Read the Fraikin Case Study to see the product in action.
Securing the Access to Host Assets From 3270 TE Clients
Presenter: Patrick Fournier
This presentation will introduce a different type of 3270 TE solution. One that brings back the simple centralized architecture of early years, to keep the control of access to host resources squarely on the host where it belongs. One that relies on standard web browsers rather than distributed applets or plugins, to eliminate the need to support distributed solution components, and more importantly to ELIMINATE THE SECURITY EXPOSURE created by distributed applets and plugins.