TELNET SERVER FOR WINDOWS NT/2000 INCLUDES DATA RECOVERY.
"Frustration and loss of time are greatly reduced with the advent of these two Telnet Server technologies," said David J. Sexton, founder of Georgia SoftWorks. "RF connectivity is much more prone to link failures than wire networks. The amount of time a user spends logging on, starting up their application, re-entering data and navigating back to where they were when the link failed quickly adds up. This is true even with one person using a RF device but when you have dozens of users connected to the host, the time lost is not just frustrating but the resulting expense skyrockets."
The innovation and emphasis placed on failure recovery mechanisms is a distinguishing feature of the Georgia SoftWorks Telnet Server. With "Session Saver", the first of the new technologies, the telnet server can now "Preserve" or "Save" the application session information after a link failure. The next time the user logs on they are automatically connected to the "Saved" session and can resume work exactly where they left off.
The second technology is the "Automatic Logon" technology. Georgia SoftWorks dramatically reduces the Logon time by allowing the User Id, Password and Domain to be pre-configured and associated with an IP address.
"Maximum advantage is realized when Session Saver is coupled with the Automatic-Logon," Sexton said. "In many cases a hot key can be programmed by the RF device to connect to the host. At the press of a hot key the user is logged on, re-connected to their application and can resume work exactly where they left off. Conceptually it is simple and natural. Implementation required a series of complex software issues to be resolved to be viable in industrial environments."
Georgia SoftWorks is a privately held software development company that has obtained worldwide presence with its industrial Telnet Server for Windows NT/2000.
For more information, visit http://www.georgiasoftworks.com or call 706-265-1018.
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|Date:||Jan 1, 2001|
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