Remote Computer Control Software, Internet Control Software

SoftActivity’s computer control software provides remote monitoring of a particular PC or full local network, which means that you don’t need to have a physical access to the computer that you want to monitor. You can easily control your children no matter where you are – in the neighboring room, at work or away for a business trip. Our remote PC control software gives you the ability to monitor all activities of a particular computer – in real time from any computer with an Internet connection.

With our remote computer control software an employer is able to view all keystrokes that are typed, website surfing activity, emails sent and received, programs run, etc. Each time an employee uses the Internet for personal needs, our Internet control software will record this also. So an employer can see who is wasting working ours on personal needs and who is working hard.

As parents, we all want to make sure that our child is safe and fully protected at all times. Then why do so many of us not have protection from the Internet threats? You may not realize it but every day more and more inappropriate, harmful and dangerous websites become available and your children may have full access to them. They might be visiting these sites on a daily basis, but you would never know.

You need to get parental software remote computer control software to track online activities of your children. Even if you are on the other side of the world, you can check our program log files to make sure that they are not abusing Internet usage. In addition, our Internet control software Activity Monitor allows employers or managers to control their employees access to the Internet and computer usage as a whole.

Our remote PC control software creates logs with website visits, internet chat conversations, online shopping and games, images viewed and much more. In such a way, you’ll be always aware about what is going on within your home of office network during your absence.

August 4th, 2009