Monitoring computer use condition and preparing for future analysing and evaluating work.
|Live Screenshots||Website visited||Chat / Instant Messages||Online searches|
|Program activities||Document tracking||Print job||Clipboard activities|
|Network activity||FTP File Transfers||Event alerts||Removable disk alerts|
|Remote control||Hardware software asset||software alteration||Lock remote pc|
|Send msg to employees||Block application||Block website||disable USB stick|
|Remote task manager||End application||Enumerate services||Enumerate Auto-run|
|Send file to employees||Upload file||Send command||Work time tracking|
As a manager of one company, the most important thing you concerned about is your staffs. So don't you want to know what your employees are doing on the web? At the minimum, they may probably go shopping online, browse Facebook or chat with MSN, Skype, ICQ etc instant messaging tools. At worst, they could be steering your company toward financial ruin. In the quick guide, I'll show you how to keep an eye on employee computer use and monitor just about everything they do with their PCs.
And gone are the days when PC monitoring was an optional, draconian security measure practiced only by especially vigilant organisations. Today, more than three quarters of US companies monitor employee Internet use. If your business doesn't do so, you're probably overdue for a policy change.
Everything your employees do on company time, and on company resources matter much to the company's profits. Imagine most of your employees in your company are busy browsing frivolous websites during their working time, not to mention its business productivity, what the company itself woud be like? Of course, here just assume, it can be a litte overstate. But hampering productivity is a naked truth. What's more, visiting objectionable sites on company PCs can subject your business to serious legal risks, including costly harassment suits from staffers who may be exposed to offensive content.
Other consequences may be far worse than mere productivity loss or a little legal hot water. Either unintentionally or maliciously, employees can reveal proprietary information, jeopardising business strategy, customer confidentiality, data integrity and more.
And, of course, unchecked web activity can expose your network and systems to dangers from malware and other intrusions. Even something as simple as a worker's failure to keep up with Windows patches can be a threat to your business, so don't think of monitoring as merely snooping.