Monitor Staff Internet Usage, How to Monitor Internet Usage at Work – Activity Monitor

Have you ever thought how useful it would be if you can monitor Internet usage at work? As a rule, many employers can’t say exactly who abuses Internet access privileges during working hours. Do you know what your employees are doing on their computers when you are out of office? Are you sure they don’t use company network resources to surf inappropriate websites, play online games, chat with friends or do other non-work related activities online? If you can’t answer these simple questions, you are not alone. But let’s face it: without monitoring staff Internet usage, you expose your company to the risk of losing the overall productivity and leaking valuable private information.

Fortunately, new computer technologies make it possible to legally monitor employee online activities in real-time. Since Internet misuse has become a very dangerous trend nowadays, there are a lot of spy monitoring tools available for corporate surveillance. Would you like to prevent the loss of productivity caused by unreliable employees surfing the Web for personal purposes? You’ve come to the right place!

SoftActivity is here to provide each and every employer, who wants to be absolutely sure in his employees, with a powerful spyware solution designed to serve as your personal watchful eye. Our Activity Monitor will help you monitor staff Internet usage at work while delivering total control over your local network.

An advanced keystroke logger module for continuous tracking of activities on all network connected computers will record visited Internet sites history, emails and IM chat conversations, user’s keystrokes and passwords typed. Moreover, it creates a special log file to monitor file transfers/downloads and know what programs or documents and for how long your employees use during the day.

There is no need to be a computer genius to track your staff with our full-featured computer spyware. SoftActivity will show you how to monitor internet usage at work receiving one-click access to view everyone on your entire network from one central location.

November 29th, 2011