Pragma Fortress SSH Is Now Certified for Windows Server 2008 R2

Thu Oct 22, 2009 9:00am EDT

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Pragma Is the First SSH Software Vendor Certified for Windows Server 2008 R2
and That Supports Windows 7





AUSTIN, Texas, Oct. 22 /PRNewswire/ -- Pragma Systems, a leading provider of
enterprise-class remote access and security software for Microsoft Windows,
announced that its Pragma Fortress SSH Server has attained the status of
Certified for Windows Server 2008 R2 and supports the new Windows 7 and
Windows Server 2008 R2 Operating Systems. VeriTest (http://www.veritest.com ),
an independent third party laboratory authorized by Microsoft Corporation for
certifications, performed the extensive testing and validation process. Being
Certified for Windows Server 2008 R2 demonstrates that Pragma Fortress SSH
Server meets Microsoft's technical standards for best platform practices and
has met the stringent criteria indicating reliability and technical
excellence. Pragma Fortress SSH ClientSuite and Pragma Telnet Server products
have also been updated to support Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2. Thus
Pragma is able to offer end-to-end secure solutions for data centers and
corporate infrastructure using the latest Windows operating systems.


"When customers deploy Pragma's Fortress SSH technology, they are reassured
that by being Certified for Windows Server 2008 R2, the software will work
smoothly in conjunction with the latest Microsoft server operating systems,"
said David Kulwin, CTO of Pragma Systems. "Pragma Systems values the Microsoft
server certifications as it helps customers have peace of mind knowing that
Pragma solutions have passed the reliability, security, scalability and stress
tests requirements of server environments."


Pragma Fortress SSH is an enterprise-grade SSH, SFTP and SCP server for the
Windows Server operating system. The Fortress SSH Server allows secure remote
access and high-performance managed file transfer using SFTP and SCP
protocols. In addition, Pragma's Server uses patent-pending technology to
deliver Windows command sessions to remote clients efficiently, securely and
reliably as if the user was sitting next to the computer. This allows systems
administrators and authorized users secure access to remote systems and the
ability to perform secure file transfer to access critical data. Fortress SSH
Server also works seamlessly with Microsoft Windows PowerShell and Microsoft's
Hyper-V virtualization server. It runs in Windows Server 2008R2/2008/2003/2000
and Windows 7/Vista/XP. Three binary versions are offered: 32-bit, 64-bit or
Itanium IA64.


About Pragma Systems, Inc.


Pragma Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of enterprise-class remote access
and managed file transfer software for Microsoft Windows & Windows Mobile
platforms and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner. Pragma is an industry
leader for Secure Shell and Telnet technology on Windows. Pragma PocketVT
offers industrial-grade SSH clients for mobile devices. The company's
end-to-end solutions comprising servers, desktop-clients and mobile-clients
allow data-centers and enterprises to build highly secure infrastructure to
access corporate supply chain, CRM, distribution and warehouse applications
over wired or wireless networks. Pragma's software is deployed in the majority
of Fortune 500 companies in the USA and over 3400 companies worldwide with
millions of licensed nodes in over 65 countries. For more information, contact
Pragma Systems, Inc., 512-219-7270; email: pragma@pragmasys.com; visit our
website at http://www.pragmasys.com .


All product and company names herein may be trademarks of their respective
owners.


    Contact:

    Edith H. Myers
    Pragma Systems, Inc.
    Phone: 512-219-7270
    Fax: 512-219-7110
    emyers@pragmasys.com





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SOURCE  Pragma Systems, Inc.

Edith H. Myers of Pragma Systems, Inc., +1-512-219-7270, Fax: +1-512-219-7110,
emyers@pragmasys.com
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