ZFrameWorks™ Server configuration
The ZFrameWorks Server software is the active interface between
the handheld devices and the corporate intranet. It communicates
with the handhelds over a secure SSL or VPN connection. The server
uses Microsoft IIS on a Windows 2000 or XP system.
Within a corporate data center, the Z-Server is typically placed within a DMZ security perimeter, which acts a security buffer between the public internet (on one side) and the intranet backbone (on the other).
The Z-server software has an installer for automatic set-up. A Web-based administration console lets your staff manage user accounts, monitor usage, and perform other server administration tasks.
ZFrameWorks™ Client installation
The ZFrameWorks Client software is installed as a handheld application from
the user's PC.
For on-line operation, the handheld device needs a connection to the internet, through a modem, wireless LAN or cellular phone. When the Z-Client software is started for the first time, the user enters the ZFrame user ID and password.
The client automatically connects through the internet to the ZFrame
server. When not connected on-line, the user has complete access
to locally cached pages that were previously downloaded. Off-line,
on-line and sync operations are fully compatible.