Monitoring Remote Desktops, Remote Desktop Control Software

July 2nd, 2012

While providing business owners and managers with a remarkable opportunity to equip more workplaces with less expenses, remote desktop services and Windows Terminal Servers usually make them face with some difficulties in terms of tracking and recording user activity and sessions. Frankly speaking, traditional computer and Internet control solutions may prove to be less effective and even absolutely useless in monitoring remote desktop sessions. SoftActivity is here to help you handle this crucial issue with ease.

We suggest you to take advantage of our full-fledged, yet easy-to-use remote desktop control software SoftActivity TS Monitor designed to provide you with overall control over your Terminal Server environments. As an all-in-one platform, it perfectly works with multiple related services, including Windows Terminal Server (both 2003 and 2008), Citrix XenApp shared desktop and virtual applications, MetaFrame, Presentation Server, etc.

Make sure, you will get the deepest insight into your remote user activities due to advanced and sophisticated monitoring features and options that SoftActivity TS Monitor comes fully packed with, such as tracking every single website visited, email sent and received, keystroke typed, password entered, program used, etc., capturing the duration spent on any particular online or offline action as well as capturing screenshots and remote desktops at any predefined time intervals.

While enjoying real-time remote desktop surveillance, you will also get a significant benefit of smartly organized, centralized and extremely reliable storage of all recorded sessions and access logs. Since our log database is strongly encrypted with 128-bit AES protection, you get an additional opportunity to store privately and securely your recorded and logged content. You can view reports in any convenient manner: via remote terminal session or shared folders from any computer or even in your local administrative session on a server.

Though featuring such an extensive and robust toolkit, our remote desktop monitoring software is a rather user-friendly solution with minimal system requirements. What’s also important, monitoring and logging processes leave no tracks in the task bar and cannot be terminated in the Task Manager by users.


How to Spy on a Computer with SoftActivity Tools

July 1st, 2012

With the abundance of entertainments available in the World Wide Web some people find it hard to control themselves and abuse Internet usage day by day, abstracting away from real life. Unfortunately, the internet addiction affects the family life, work and overall sense of reality dramatically.

When it comes to children as computer users you should keep in mind various violent and uncensored information available on the Internet. Children are often extremely curious and they can become exposed to some dangerous and inappropriate websites easily. That’s why, every conscious parent should keep a watchful eye on children’s Internet activity and protect them from inappropriate content and other online threats. If you’re one of those who would like to know how to spy on a computer, consider computer monitoring solutions from SoftActivity.

We take special pride to offer you a wide selection of real-time computer monitoring tools that may help tracking your office or home computer activity staying absolutely invisible for other computer users. These useful programs will ensure ultimate peace of mind, recording every single step your employees or children perform on their PCs – from emails sent and received, websites visited, keystrokes typed to programs run and files downloaded.

Our software keeps all the information recorded in a special log file that is stored on your administrator’s computer and you may have unrestricted access to it whenever required. In such a way, you can get accurate reports on the PC work duration, applications used, websites visited, conversations performed and more.

If you have faced with the problem of tracking any computer activity, it’s high time to visit and learn more about our programs and their functionality.