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Understanding Terminal Emulation

Published on 14 November 15

For the most part, running a successful company is easier than ever before. The digital age has provided an almost limitless collection of resources in order to get more done, faster and for less money. However, at times, these assets can also be very challenging. You have to make sure you’re managing them or they could quickly become a burden. One way of making the most of your virtual toolbox is with something called terminal emulation. At some point or another, this will become essential for just about every business out there, so it’s definitely worth understanding.

The Basics of Terminal Emulation

“Terminal” here refers to the specifics of a computer, usually a PC. Generally, updating your company’s computers with newer programs and operating systems is considered a good thing. However, moving forward like this can also mean that legacy software gets left behind. You can’t simply access it from your updated PCs because of the difference in programs.

In the past, this was a real problem. Like we said at the beginning, it’s one that essentially every company runs into, though, as eventually every business gets to the point where their legacy software is no longer accessible.

With a terminal emulator, though, a computer can basically take on the important traits of older versions that will allow it to access the essential legacy software, other programs, and/or data.