GSW Recaps Telnet Server for Windows 2015 Year and Looks to 2016


Georgia SoftWorks (GSW), developer of the GSW Telnet Server for Windows and SSH Server for Windows, recaps their 2015 year and projects the development for 2016.

Georgia SoftWorks reviews the past year developing the GSW Telnet Server for Windows and SSH Server for Windows. They also discuss plans for the 2016 year.

“2015 has been an exciting year at Georgia SoftWorks,” said Johnny Douglas of Georgia SoftWorks. “We have made some significant updates to our Telnet Server and SSH Server for Windows, added team members to the GSW Support Team, had several big reseller milestones and expanded our reseller network.”

In January 2015, Georgia SoftWorks released the GSW UTS Version 8.06.0001 that included several new features. The GSW UTS and Mobile Clients were updated to support Windows Embedded Compact 7. They were also updated to allow for the new keyword: COMMA in the [Macros] section of the client’s INI file as the new Graceful Termination special character.

The Georgia SoftWorks global network of resellers expanded in 2015. They added resellers all over the world including Germany, South Africa, Czech Republic, Ukraine, Poland, and more. They also hit milestones with several of the GSW Authorized Resellers. Basis Developments from New Zealand, Rodata Group from Europe, ASCO from Poland, Mayoristas de Tecnologia from Mexico, Kodys from Czech Republic, and MIS Computer Corporation from the USA reached 10 years of partnership this year.

Georgia SoftWorks also welcomed Phillip Blythe and Matt Kittrell to our Sales and Support Team in 2015. In addition, GSW implemented Sticky Topics to their Telnet Server for Windows Support Forums, added several new Business Tunnel videos, and more.

“In 2016, GSW plans to continue to grow our reseller network, strengthen our products as new technologies develop, as well as highlight products that can really help people in the age of internet security, like the GSW Business Tunnel,” said Douglas.

Posted in What's Happening on Jan 20, 2016



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