Network Control Software: How to Control Network Computers with Activity Monitor

Maintaining a proper working environment within your office space means that you need to keep your hand always on the pulse of all working processes and factors that may influence their functionality. What many business owners and managers tend to control is how their employees spend office hours and use corporate computer and Internet resources. Regular computer and Internet abuse or misuse may lead to a significant decrease of overall business productivity and to some other crucial issues, including liability risks, fraudulent activities and sensitive corporate information leakage.

Don’t you have enough time to think over how to control your office network computer users? SoftActivity is here to assist. We suggest you to take advantage of our Activity Monitor – a sophisticated, all-in-one network control software solution designed to provide you with the deepest insight into your network performance, irrespective of your physical location.

Based on the turnkey spying engine and coming with a bunch of the most advanced monitoring features and options, Activity Monitor allows you to have ultimate control over your LAN, learning about every computer move your employees are doing. It works like a surveillance camera capturing every single event on your employee desktops, yet remaining absolutely invisible and undetectable even for your most tech-savvy staff.

Our network control program has a powerful built-in keystroke recorder that will let you know everything about email conversations, chat, IM and Skype communications made, passwords entered – actually, about every single key press in your local network. Unique IntelliSnap technology takes screenshots at your predefined time intervals and all the recorded files are later saved in a single centralized location on your administrator’s PC.

From now on, with our full-featured network control software you can release from one of your critical business issues – lack of control over your network user performance.


April 24th, 2012