Cyclope Employee Surveilance Solution

5.5

 
License: Free to try
Price:
$100.00
Rated:
Downloads: 4
Op. System: Win7 x32, Win7 x64, WinServer, WinVista, WinVista x64, WinXP
Last updated: 06-24-2010
File size: 12.06 MB
Publisher: Cyclope-Series
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Publisher description for Cyclope Employee Surveilance Solution

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Cyclope is an employee surveillance software which enables you to monitor any targeted machine within your company's network. Cyclope is an advanced employee surveillance software which provides you valuable information regarding your IT infrastructure usage and your employees computer related activities by allowing you to monitor any targeted machine within your company's network. Designed for the business environment, Cyclope provides managers the perfect surveillance software to monitor and control their employees and increase efficiency and productivity, while also respecting their privacy. Information is provided through detailed statistics and customized reports based on all computer related activities such as application usage, documents opened, idle time, windows and Internet/web sites activity. Cyclope monitors: Window Activity Application Activity Specific Application Usage Internet Activity Web Sites Activity Chat conversations Documents Attendance Overtime Activity Features: Window activity, Application activity, Specific application usage, Internet activity, Chat monitoring, Idle timeout, Web sites activity, Graphical statistics, Employees working efficiency evaluation, Employees comparison, Web site remote administration, Non invasive surveillance software, Business result orientated, Log filtering, Central network management, Easy to use graphical interface, Secure client server communication, Low system requirements . Cyclope allows manager to create rules for each employee / group regarding the work schedule, idle time, internet and chat activity. According to the chosen alerts settings, Cyclope provides information about what rules have been broken, who broke the rules and the extent of the abuse.

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