â¢ Support for Windows 7 Touch technology allows users to interact with UNIX and Mainframe applications through an intuitive and easy to use touch interface
â¢ Jump Lists in the Task Bar and Start Menu provide faster access to frequently accessed items and frequently performed tasks
â¢ Multiple Documents preview reduces the time spent switching between applications and open sessions
â¢ New FIPS 140-2 validated cryptographic module provides stronger security to connections
âWindows 7 represents a great opportunity for Open Text to bring its rich portfolio of Enterprise and Connectivity Solutions to the next generation desktop,â says Jens Rabe, Vice President, Microsoft Solutions Group at Open Text. âWith this release, Open Text has demonstrated that its Connectivity Solutions have been tested and proven to offer a rich user experience, while providing IT departments improved manageability and greater cost-control.â
Open Textâs leading connectivity solutions connect people, data and applications in mission-critical environments through a complete line of remote application access and data integration solutions. With 90 percent of Global 2000 companies relying on its award-winning solutions for over 20 years, Open Text understands the financial and operational challenges that most organizations face, whether it is multiple systems, disparate data sources or geographically dispersed teams.