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09 September 2013 - HeavenWard offers first stable release of eMonit employee monitor
eMonit, HeavenWard’s Employee Monitor for Mid-size Companies, Graduates from Beta to General Release
HeavenWard has just released its first stable, general release version of eMonit, the versatile new employee monitor aimed at providing mid-size companies a simple and easy way to start and run an employee monitoring program. Also known as a release-to-web version, eMonit 188.8.131.52 marks the end of eMonit beta testing and is widely available for download.
eMonit is a comprehensive suite of monitoring tools in an easy-to-use format offered at a competitive price. eMonit features summary pie charts of all monitored functions for quick initial overview of activity on monitored PCs. From there, users can easily navigate to details, for example, to logs of web browsing or keystrokes, where they can use convenient filters to find desired information fast.
eMonit sends updated logs to the employer’s administrative panel every 60 seconds. Employers can review the applications run on a monitored computer in multiple formats, including a chronological log of which program was in focus at any specific time and a summary of time spent using each program. Program names and full paths are displayed. eMonit logs web browsing chronologically, recording the browser used, page title, and URL of each page visited. eMonit shows keystrokes chronologically along with the program names and active windows in which they were made. Users can also search keystroke logs for specific text. When screenshots are enabled, images taken at regular intervals are displayed in a sequence of thumbnail links that open the screen captures.
eMonit makes initial configuration and later changes intuitive and simple. Support is provided by a PDF installation guide, online FAQs, and a messaging app within the administrator panel users can use to send questions directly to eMonit Support.
Minimum system requirements for running eMonit on Windows XP through Windows 8 PCs and servers are light. Log files on monitored PCs are encrypted. Employers will also benefit from HeavenWard’s practical guidance on why companies should monitor employees and how they can start a monitoring program. See http://www.hwsuite.com/employee-monitor/why-monitor-employees.php. Of course, users of any employee monitoring system should make sure it complies with the laws of their country.
To buy or try eMonit 184.108.40.206 visit http://www.hwsuite.com/employee-monitor/.
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