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Reflection Product Family


"Don't hate me because I'm beautiful."

Big Iron. Host. Mainframe. Call them what you will, these trusty machines still store the data that drives your business. For 30+ years, Reflection terminal emulation software has worked behind the scenes to connect people to that data. Pharmacists. Air traffic controllers. Ticket agents. Your neighbors. Even your 90-year-old grandmother. Reflection makes life easier for everyone. And that's a beautiful thing.

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Connect people to the data they need

Connect business users and customers to your data-rich IBM, UNIX, OpenVMS, and HP systems. Let them use their device of choice—whether it's a Windows PC, tablet, or mobile phone. Personalize sessions to ensure a great user experience.

Manage with ease and efficiency

Maintain control over your changing sea of desktops and devices. Configure, secure, deploy, and update host sessions. Customize them for individuals and groups. Speed up software migrations. Track usage and license compliance. Do it all from one central location.

Stay nimble, stay ahead of the game

Quickly respond to new and better ways of doing business. Reflection supports a mix of existing and emerging technologies to maximize your flexibility. As your needs evolve, so will Reflection. Deploy with confidence.

"With Reflection, we can install, configure, secure, and monitor both web- and Windows-based terminal sessions from one central location. There's no need for costly, time-consuming trips to every user desktop."

Ben McLarin
Senior Manager of Information Technology
Baptist Health

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Product portfolio


Micro Focus Reflection Desktop is a Windows-based family of terminal emulators that gives users anywhere, anytime access to IBM, UNIX, Linux, OpenVMS, HP, and X11 hosts from their desktops or mobile devices.

Micro Focus Reflection for the Web is a web-based family of terminal emulators that connects browser users to IBM, UNIX, Linux, Unisys, OpenVMS, and HP hosts along with the wide range of systems used by the airline and travel industries.

Micro Focus Reflection ZFE is a zero-footprint terminal emulator that delivers browser-based HTML5 access to 3270, 5250, and VT host applications without the need to touch the desktop or manage Java runtime environments.

Micro Focus Reflection for TN3270 and TN5250 is a productivity-boosting mobile application designed specifically for iOS mobile devices that gives users wherever, whenever access to IBM mainframe and AS400 hosts via the Telnet transport.

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Micro Focus Reflection for UNIX, iOS and Android Editions, is a productivity-boosting mobile application for iOS and Android devices that gives administrators wherever, whenever access to UNIX/Linux servers via the SSH protocol.

Micro Focus Reflection Desktop for X is a PC X server that connects Windows users to graphical and text-based applications on UNIX, Linux, OpenVMS, and HP hosts.

Micro Focus Host Access Management and Security Server works with your directory service to centrally secure and manage your Reflection, Extra!, and InfoConnect terminal emulation sessions.

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  White paper

How Reflection Software Facilitates PCI DSS Compliance

This white paper tells how Micro Focus Reflection terminal emulators, file transfer utilities, and SSH clients and servers can help you achieve PCI DSS compliance.

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How the Next-Generation PC X Server Maximizes the Value of Your UNIX Applications

Learn more about how the Next-Generation PC X Servers maximize the value of your UNIX applications.

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How to Configure Reflection’s Information Privacy Feature

Seventy percent of mission-critical data is stored in host applications. Learn how you can quickly and cost-effectively protect that data when it appears on host screens—without making any changes to the host application.

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Standardize Your Terminal Emulation with a Proven Methodology

Are you thinking about standardizing on one terminal emulator, but are concerned about disruption, workload, and complexity? If so, watch this video to learn a field-tested method for finding, analyzing, deduping, converting, and consolidating your existing emulation files—straight from the experts.

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The Perils of Aging Terminal Emulators

Staying on an older emulator can put your networks and your sensitive data in a vulnerable position. But modernizing your terminal emulation deployment can keep you compliant and protect against threats.

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