PowerTerm WebConnect

Ericom Software's PowerTerm WebConnect is a desktop virtualization and server-based computing solution designed to reduce the cost and complexity of PC management.

Ericom Software Inc.'s PowerTerm WebConnect is a desktop virtualization and server-based computing solution. It provides secure local and remote access to applications running on Windows terminal servers, virtual desktops and legacy host systems.

As a centrally managed solution, PowerTerm WebConnect was designed to reduce the cost and complexity of PC management. The tool makes an efficient and cost-effective infrastructure for enterprise-wide desktop virtualization deployments. Organizations can reduce the cost of managing desktops and allow users to work remotely.

PowerTerm WebConnect gives users application access and lets IT improve and monitor application performance. In addition, the software supports universal printing for remote printing of business-critical documents and is the first Terminal Services solution certified for Windows Server 2008. To go along with Windows and legacy application access, PowerTerm WebConnect has enhanced security, centralized management tools, remote desktop support and disaster recovery.

Other features include:

  • Remote Authentication Dial-In User Service (RADIUS) authentication supporting two-factor authentication with RADIUS protocol.
  • Multi-monitor support of up to four screens simultaneously (4,096 x 2,048).
  • Quick and simple software deployment updates.
  • SupportView, a support and training tool for remote end users.
  • Built-in support for Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Secure Shell (SSH) for secure, encrypted communications.
  • System requirements: Windows 2000 Server SP4, Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 x64 editions.

    Pricing: Free 30-day evaluation. Pricing starts at $100 per concurrent user.

    This was first published in January 2008

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