Omniquad Surfwall - Enterprise Manager
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Win95, Win98, WinME, WinNT 4.x, WinXP, Windows2000|
|File size:||6.32 MB|
Publisher description for Omniquad Surfwall - Enterprise Manager
Block access to undesirable sites based on 65+ web site categories. As the possibilities of what anyone with internet access can view are endless an acceptable usage policy should be created for all staff with web connectivity. Employee internet usage policies provide improved productivity ratings; corporate protection from legal liability; prevents embarrassment to the company; preserves bandwidth; increases a feeling of ethical integrity and does not rely on personal accountability. Surfwall is a solution to the problem of recreational internet usage by employees, providing 99.99% categorization accuracy allowing policy definition to be upheld. The centrally updated database is highly accurate, as the site classification is based on its content as continuously reviewed by a researcher team, not keyword matching. By relying on human interaction to ensure that the matches between content and categorization are accurate, Surfwall gives you the peace of mind that non-work related surfing is completely controlled by the acceptable usage policy. Surfwall is incorporated into Omniquad's Enterprise Manager system, which is a complete network managing and monitoring solution. This Enterprise edition is aimed at the networked environment: web access policies are managed centrally and can be based on user or computer groups, with or without proxy server on your network. The download also includes 2 other modules: Desktop Surveillance for activity monitoring and Remote Control. Enterprise Manager is loaded on an assigned server (NT, WIN2000) and will then search for available computers in a network finding which users are on each machine. With an easy to use interface you can group these computers into easily manageable sub-sections and then activate a download of the Enterprise Manager client on to each desktop from one location. The network can then be centrally managed.