If you are looking for RUMBA, you have come to the right place. We explain what RUMBA is and point you to the official download.
What is RUMBA?
The RUMBA software is a terminal emulating tool with a user interface (UI) that enables users to connect to the legacy systems such as mainframes by using only a desktop, the Web, or even a mobile device. The user interface of the software makes it possible to bypass green screen applications that IT end users practice. The terminal emulator is code free; no new code is needed to facilitate its use. There are also intuitive user interface elements that do not need any more codes such as drag and drop through the use of the mouse button. Customization settings can also be applied for multiple users.
RUMBA also has many added features: multiple simultaneous session connections through tabs, making possible to operate in a single windows; complete monitoring and recording of activities of various use; able to operate in a Windows 7 and a Windows 8 system, and to be able to integrate with Microsoft Office applications; professional security with FIPS 140-2 certified SSL and SSH technology for secure terminal and FTP sessions to host computers; single iSeries sign-on Kerberos technology, following IBM and Microsoft integrated technology; and many more enterprise grade features.
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Download RUMBA (external link)
File types supported by RUMBA
Our users primarily use RUMBA to open these file types:
About file types supported by RUMBA
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Last updated: : June 8, 2014