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Remote Monitoring Software – Keylogger Pro

Posted on November 9th, 2017 in anywheremonitor, IMonitor Parental Control, monitoring software, remote monitoring, remote PC monitoring | No Comments »

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Remote monitoring software usually refers to the remote monitoring of remote software programs that monitor the remote computer desktop, files, and operating records and so on.

Keylogger Pro is a powerful computer monitoring software which can record all users usage on computers. For example, it can monitor and record the contents of the keyboard input, record the visited website history on target computer, record running application usage, capture screenshots as seconds, access to the contents of the clipboard and so on.

Easy to use remote monitoring software to offer a secure internet environment for your children. You do not need to keep a close eye on your child’s behaviour, use Keylogger Pro to keep tracking all usage for your child’s computer including the websites visited, applications used, and computer usage.

With Keylogger Pro, the parents can remotely monitor their children’s computer online activities, computer usage, etc., the parents can monitor children’s games, e-mail, browser and social networking applications. The parents no longer worry about children having any adverse consequences when they use computers, let the children use their computers to learn something useful.

Here are some of the features of Keylogger Pro:

  1. Remotelymonitor the detailed usage of each employee computer software;
  2. Remotelyrecord Skype, Line and other chat conversation;
  3. Remotelyview employee computer’sincoming and outgoing email records;
  4. Remotely monitor and record the removable disk connected/disconnected, as well the file activities such as copy, move or delete;
  5. Real-time viewing live dekstop & live camera of your monitored computer, just like to view your own computer desktop.

Will your staff use your office network during work hours to do some unrelated-job things? Even if you go out, have they been working hard and hard?

Appropriate monitoring and restraint can effectively improve your employees work efficiency and productivity. In other words, some employee will work harder when they are monitored. Keylogger Pro computer monitoring software can effectively help you remotely monitor your employee computers.

Keylogger Pro will completely eradicate the employees to play computer games, online shopping during woring time. Prevent employees to copy and leak confidential documents.

“Finally I found a remote monitoring software, even when I am away from my company, I can know what my employees are doing on their computers.” Said an AD company’ director. The work efficiency and work style are obviously improved, I can also be comprehensively monitor the USB device, files, chat history, mail, screenshots, and other computer activities.

Actually, the purpose of remotely monitoring is not to monitor the employees, but to reasonably manage employees’ online behavior. With remote monitoring software, an employer can remotely monitor employees’ computer real-time screen, online behavior records, entertainment-related website activities, etc. Employees consciously reduce online entertainment time and improve work efficiency.

If you are interested in it, you can also check below link to know about this software:

http://www.anywheremonitor.com/

Ideally Real-time Parental Monitoring Software

Posted on November 1st, 2017 in anywheremonitor, Computer and Internet monitoring, IMonitor Parental Control, monitoring software, remote monitoring | No Comments »

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In this information society, the earlier one day someone access to the Internet, the easily he will go to the front of the Times. Your kids will also get a better life because of the contact with the fresh and healthy internet. Internet is resourceful but there are also a lot of potential dangers for minors.

If the child has Internet addiction, and indulge in endless games and online chat day after day, please do not worry. iMonitor 365 will help you effectively limit the time for kids to play and chat. With the help of iMonitor 365, the child’s performance will rise again.

Parents should control the usage of computers for underage children, and this proliferation of bad information has become a universally accepted consensus. You will no longer have to worry about the child to come into contact with pornography, violence and other undesirable content and try to prevent children from surfing the Internet.

Parents can add some software that they do not want to be used, while kids can use other software. Obviously this setting is more in line with the actual habits of usage.
In any places where can access to the Internet, you can easily monitor and control the remote computers which you installed iMonitor 365 agent program.

To control the Internet time effectively. You can also setup the time to monitor the Internet time and computer usage time, it is very convenient. iMonitor 365 not only can monitor the Internet time, but also record the computers attendance time, file operation, etc.

It is the most comprehensive, flexible and humanized monitoring software. It can be detailed to specific websites and keywords to filter the bad information, absolutely it will be more accurate and efficient.

You can also add the installed games into blocking list in software, then the child is no way to open these games completely.

Besides, iMonitor 365 can record the target computer screenshots at time point. In this case, the parents will know more detailed that what the child do on computer.

If you want to view the target computer in real time, you can also choose iMonitor 365. With live desktop and remote camera, you can view live desktop screen of your child’s computer. Open the camera of the computer remotely to view the real scene.

By using iMonitor 365, your child’s safety guards when you are not around your child, you can disable filtering sites, online games, and proxy servers, and filter out all sites that are not accessible to children. And iMonitor 365 can work in stealth mode, your child will not find that he/she is monitored.

How To Tell A New Employee ‘Your Work Isn’t Up To Par’

Posted on August 4th, 2016 in anywheremonitor, Employee Monitoring, IMonitor Softwares | Comments Off on How To Tell A New Employee ‘Your Work Isn’t Up To Par’

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Let’s face it – the hiring process can be a nightmare. Sorting the wheat from the chaff is an incredibly time-consuming task and there’s no guarantee that you won’t wind up getting burned after hiring a new employee. And that’s not even taking into account the financial impact of turnover and training costs!

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The bottom line is that you should try to keep good employees whenever you can. But sometimes, for various reasons, those good employees quit. If you aren’t paying attention, a situation like that can catch you unaware and leave you in a very tight spot. If you know the warning signs to look for, you can spot employees who are thinking about quitting before they’ve even made up their minds.

There are three common culprits for sub-standard work—lack of professionalism, gaps in training or skills, and wrong instinct. Identify which issue is plaguing your new hire, then begin a productive discussion with these suggestions on how to tackle each one.

1. Professionalism
Issues of professionalism are the quickest to spot. They mar otherwise well-researched, well-thought out work with nuisances—e.g., your marketing coordinator’s presentation was good, but she was 15 minutes late, or an otherwise solid press release is full of typos.

Whatever the reason—maybe your employee is overwhelmed, or perhaps she doesn’t really grasp the consequences of flouting protocol—the best approach here is to be straightforward, and tell the employee that her great work is being overshadowed by issues of professionalism.

Where possible, point to the work as the issue, not the employee herself, and explain in detail why the issue is a problem. For example, “That press release was fantastic—you really grasped what’s newsworthy about the event. But for an editor to take it seriously, the grammar needs to be impeccable, and I noticed several issues in this document.”

For more personal issues, you can also emphasize the relationship between professionalism and advancement. Begin the conversation by talking about someone in a senior role, and discuss how she’s known for being the grammar guru or the first one to arrive for a meeting. Making the conversation about someone who “gets it” is a way to talk through expectations without putting the employee on the defensive. By covering how professionalism adds to your opinion of a colleague, you’ll also be addressing how it detracts when missing.

2. Training
At my last job, each new employee had to endure an hours-long training on a donor management system during the first week on the job. But, let’s face it—while it was important to learn that software, the nuances of training didn’t always stick (which our boss would discover when an important donor disappeared from the system or was called twice by two different people).

It happens. So, if your new employee seems to be lacking skills he was supposed to learn on the job—the phone system, the database, whatever—schedule a one-on-one refresher to walk him through any FAQs. Approach this discussion from the “we’ve all been there” perspective (and maybe lighten the mood with a story about a mistake of your own). But this time, as you go through the training, highlight why paying attention to specifics matters (e.g., “As you see, we group members by the year they joined, so it’s crucial to input the date right away”).

Of course, if the employee doesn’t have the skills you expected him to come in with (i.e. the “social media expert” only knows Facebook and Twitter or the “Excel whiz” only knows basic functions), you have a bigger problem. Begin this discussion by saying that the first month on a job is the best time to ask questions and get training to fill in gaps, then bring up the specific issue: “I noticed the monthly report you turned in was a basic spreadsheet, but we typically use pivot tables for these. I was assuming you knew how to do that, but if not, I’d be happy to sign you up for some additional training.” Let him know you’re there as a resource for training or questions, but also be clear that you expect he’ll be working on and off the clock to get his skills up to speed.

3. Instinct
Has the new hire who touted his networking skills spent his first few events in the corner? Is he hard-selling a client you’d take a kid-gloves approach with?

This discussion is the trickiest, because you can end up coming off as a “my way or the highway” boss when addressing it. So, the first step is to ask yourself if that is in fact the case: Are you asking your sales reps to stick to phone calls over emails because of their success rate, or because that’s how you’ve always done it?

If it’s not a matter of innovation, but one of culture or effectiveness, you must get your new hire on the same page. Begin the conversation by asking him why he approached a situation a certain way. For example, “I noticed that you were really hard-selling Al in the sales meeting today. Why did you take that approach?” This will give you a better idea of where you need to course-correct: Is he being authoritative because he feels no one is listening to the new guy, or does he have no idea how he’s coming off?

Then, be sympathetic, but fill him in on “how things are done” from the viewpoint of the desired outcome. “I know it seems like that’s a great way to get him on board, but with these types of clients, we typically take another approach.” Then, explain why. By sharing not only what to do, but also why it’s a best practice, he’ll have a foundation for the next time he’s thinking on his feet.

I know: There are some discussions that are simply never going to be easy for the person on either side of the desk. But remember, by nipping problems in the bud, you’re helping your employee get on the right track—and that will decrease the need for these tough talks in the future.

Another thing is as the employer,we need to know the information of employees’ working. Some computer monitoring software may help you, with the computer monitoring software , we can know what the employees were doing and how they were doing, then we can know better about our employees, about our company.

Can Employers Monitor Employee Emails?

Posted on July 11th, 2016 in anywheremonitor, Computer and Internet monitoring, Employee Monitoring | Comments Off on Can Employers Monitor Employee Emails?

Even though a lot of companies have set up email policies for their employees, the trend of using the office Internet for receiving and sending non-work-related emails continues. Which makes many of us wonder whether employers can monitor employee emails or not?

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Many employees are under the misconception that their employers do not have the right to monitor the emails and websites that they access through the workplace Internet. Employees also tend to incorrectly believe that their use and access of emails is private, and should not be breached by employers. However, the law appears to think differently on this matter.

In a world where trade secrets and business information are treated as ‘Intellectual Property’, it should come as no surprise that the emails being sent from the office is being surveilled. If employers can make their employees sign a nondisclosure and confidentiality agreement, they are well within their rights to monitor the office emails of their employees as well.

Is Email Monitoring Legal?

In the past, multiple lawsuits have been filed by employees against private employers, based on invasion of privacy rights and the Fourth Amendment’s prohibition of ‘unreasonable searches and seizures’ by government agents, government employers, and supervisors. The courts have sided with employers, and deemed the act of monitoring employee emails an employer privilege, provided a notice is given to the employees about this company practice.

In 2000, the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit upheld the right of the employer to conduct electronic audits as per its company policy. In the Federal District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania case of Michael A. Smyth vs. The Pillsbury Company, 914 F. Supp. 97 (E.D. Pa. 1996), using the grounds of balancing-of-interests test, the court decided in favor of the company’s interest, thereby allowing employers to prevent inappropriate and unprofessional behavior pertaining to email communications or Internet usage by employees. Thus, employees can claim no right to privacy for non-work-related activities being carried out at the workplace, especially if the employer has disallowed employees from doing so through an email and Internet policy.

Employers Must Have An Email Policy

The employer must have a clearly written email policy in place, and must notify the employees of their practice of monitoring employee emails. Thus, once the employees have been notified about the company policy on monitoring emails, they cannot claim rights under reasonable expectation of privacy.

Companies that impose such monitoring must maintain an employee handbook that explicitly mentions the company’s policies on email monitoring and other restrictions. Such a handbook usually explains in detail about the extent of monitoring being practiced by the company. It also informs the employees not to expect privacy while dealing with emails during work. Such a handbook stating the company’s policy is considered to be a sufficient step towards notifying the employees.

Federal Law Allows Email Monitoring
The federal law of Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA) does not afford employees the privilege of claiming privacy protection for non-work-related emails and Internet usage. The email can be intercepted, as long as it is in transit, and emails can be audited as well. However, the ECPA restricts employers for intentionally intercepting emails that are stored on the computer server. This ban on email interception has three exceptions, which gives companies the right to monitor the emails of their employee. The following exceptions that allow monitoring employee usage of emails are:

  1. Consent exception: When the employee reads and acknowledges the email monitoring policy given by the employer.
  2. Provider exception: The employer must be the sole provider of the system on which the employee works, and not a third-party servicer. Therefore, employers are allowed to examine emails on the systems provided by them to the employees.
  3. Ordinary-course-of-business exception: This exception allows employers to monitor emails sent during the ordinary course of a workday, and includes both work-related and personal emails that were sent from an office system.

The aforementioned exceptions and the employer’s right to intercept emails were enforced in the 1993 case of Bourke vs. Nissan Motor Corp., in U.S.A., in which Nissan won the case. Using intercepted emails, Nissan was able to prove that it had not violated the privacy or unfairly dismissed two employees for sharing sexually explicit emails at the workplace.

Employers must not delay in implementing such an email policy, as such a policy can act as a handy tool against privacy claims, and prevents sensitive business information from being breached or leaked.

So that means, as the owner, we could choose some employee monitoring software, like the iMonitor EAM or iMonitor Keylogger Pro,  to help you improve employee work efficiency and productivity.

Monitor your kids’ computer?

Posted on June 15th, 2016 in anywheremonitor | Comments Off on Monitor your kids’ computer?

”My son is now 13 and spending a lot of time chatting on the computer, and I want to monitor his usage, including keystroke monitoring. It’s better a remote keylogger software.”

If you search ”monitor kids’ computer” on Google, you may see a bunch of  questions like this. As we all know that the social networks like Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, etc,  has been integrated into the lives of our children. They spend a substantial amount of time on it chatting with their friends. This doesn’t look like a problem at first glance, but it certainly has become a huge nuisance. They succumb to all sorts of bad habits which are hard to let go if not nipped in the bud at early stages.

The spread of cellphones and tablets in the hands of children has complicated matters, giving rise to applications that attract the young and worry parents. Earlier this month, for instance, came revelations that an app designed for flirting, called Skout, had led to three sexual assault cases involving children across the country. Even on Facebook, studies have repeatedly shown, there are plenty of children younger than 13, the minimum age for members, and many of them join with help and supervision from their parents.

Penetrating the surface there are more deeper reasons, explained why social network monitoring is necessity to be monitored.  

Developing Habit of Using Profane Language

When talking to their friends, kids sometimes get out of hand and start using profane language. Because there’s no one to stop them, they keep on doing it and soon it becomes a habit. This same language is then integrated into their regular conversations, which is something that’s going to hurt them for life. It’s up to you to save them from this problem and the only way you can achieve this feat is by monitoring their Facebook conversations. As soon as they start using abusive language with anyone, intervene right away and explain to them how this habit can take a toll on their social standing, and personal and professional relationships. Even if your words don’t get through to them, they’ll definitely fall in line when they realize that their parents are keeping an eye on them.

Online Predators on the Hunt

Kids add people they don’t know and start to converse with them for no apparent reason. These added individuals can turn out to be online predators who are always on the hunt for unsuspecting youngsters. They tell them made up stories to gain their attention, and then they try their very best to arrange a meeting with them. This strategy works a lot more than any parent would feel comfortable with. You certainly don’t want this to happen to your little ones, which is why it is recommended that you seek help from a monitoring solution to keep an eye on their Facebook chats. If you see them talking to someone who seem a bit suspicious, inquire about them, and if your kids don’t know about them, then conduct your own research about them.

The Potent Risk of Sexting
Sexting is another big problem that has been causing a lot of issues these days. Children send provocative messages to each other. Sometimes it goes beyond that and they start sharing revealing pictures of themselves with people they haven’t even met in real life. This trend has really taken off lately as kids add random people, talk to them, get intimate with them, and start to exchange pictures and videos that are inappropriate to say the least. The person they are sexting can, and often does, share the photos and videos on a public platform. This is a very real threat and has been plaguing the current generation since the arrival of Facebook. If you crave safety and privacy of your children, then you must get help from a monitoring tool because that is the only way for you to know if your kid is engaging in sexting. This will put an end to it before things get out of hand.

However, for some parents, they’d rather to discuss with their children. They holds an opinion that  discussion is a good place to start. Installing internet blocking software is one approach. Another is to set family limits — that everyone in the family obeys — for computer or online time. We can not say their choice is wrong, but don’t forget our children they are not babies anymore, we can not control what they want to do. And the children spend half a day at school that we can not keep eye on them anytime.

What we expect, is not forbid our children do something, is we want to know what they are doing, thinking; we want to know more about them. Only we know better about them, we can discuss better to them.

We do need a computer monitoring software for our children. If you are going to keep your child safe from inappropriate content and cheaters browsing the Internet, take advantage of  keylogger software and become more aware of your children computer use.

Experience mobile and remote monitoring anytime, anywhere — Anywheremonitor

Posted on March 10th, 2015 in anywheremonitor, monitoring software, phone monitoring software, phone spy | Comments Off on Experience mobile and remote monitoring anytime, anywhere — Anywheremonitor

160018691One main symbol of modern technology is bringing our life more convenience,such as voice-activated lights, smart TV, robot nanny, intelligent home appliances and so on.Today I will give you a recommend of a smart monitoring software –Anywheremonitor,for computer, cell phone monitoring.Just like the name of the software, no matter whenever and whereeveryou are you can view all the device information.

Anywheremonitor monitoring products are applicable both companies and individuals. The company is mainly for employee computer monitoring and employee communal phone monitoring so that managers can keep track of the progress and working methods of the employees ,also it’s very convenient for the manager to find the question in employee’s job and guide him or her timely, play a supervisory role of employees.Meanwhile, Anywheremonitor monitoring products can also do a remote control of the monitored devices,such as back up important files to sever PC automaticlly,send remote commands,remote live desktop,remote shut off/restart and so on.Anywheremonitor cellphone monitoring products can record all call records and voice content, information, GPS location, pictures, videos etc.Individuals are primarily for the phone of family members to protect their safety.Most are for children and older people.Some are for their wives or husbands.

Nowadays,many criminals happened by taking advantage of technology products.Our around is so dangerous.Internet fraud, trafficking in children of women, the elderly fraud, extortion and other cases are common. A safe and reliable remote monitoring software is really essential for us.