October 14th, 2015
Photo Credit: Working World
We’ve all heard the old proverb for dealing with school bullying, about sticks and stones. Not really that effective, back then. Less so, today. The image of the school bully beating up kids for their lunch money has been replaced by a more sinister digital monster. Children can now spread rumors and lies about other children through the powerful anonymity of the Internet, facilitated by the rise in young people owning cell phones.
According to the National Education Association in the U.S., an estimated 160,000 children miss school every day due to concerns over bullying. And given that most children are socialized by their peers not to “tattletale”, sometimes the hardest part is telling adults there’s a problem at all. Until it’s too late, that is.
Canada has one of the most infamous examples of cyber bullying. In 2012, Port Coquitlam teen Amanda Todd committed suicide due to constant harassment and even blackmail.Read More
October 7th, 2015
SoftActivity announces the release of SoftActivity Keylogger version 8.1
Improvements in version 8.1 include:
- recording of Internet history in new Edge browser in Windows 10;
- recording of store-apps in Windows 10;
- improved support of high-DPI monitors and systems with different per-monitor DPI settings;
- minor fixes and improvements
Download new version 8.1 now
October 7th, 2015
We are glad to announce the release of Activity Monitor version 10.2 with full support of Microsoft’s new Window 10. Activity Monitor now records Internet history in new Edge browser, user’s activity in store-style apps and more.
New features in Activity Monitor version 10.2:
- official support of Windows 10, including:
- recording of new Windows Store apps;
- recording of Internet history in new Edge browser;
- improved support of high-DPI monitors and systems with different per-monitor DPI settings
- support of new Outlook 2016 for email recording
- other improvements and fixes
October 5th, 2015
Photo Credit: Kris Krug
One of the biggest concerns of any employer in the digital age is the ease with which employees can become distracted, wasting their time browsing Facebook, which in turn is wasting your time – and your money. But a new studies shows employers may be (a little bit) more lenient when it comes to giving employees a break.