Office Automation is a new office mode, which is combined with modern office procedure and network. As O.A. has become a main way in modern working life, computer is the necessary tools for our business to contact with customers, partners, and colleagues. Now many business owners find themselves in the position to confront employees about their Internet use. Non-work related activities including online games, Internet shopping, stock trading, Internet radio, streaming media and MP3 downloads represent the new temptations in the workplace. In order to improve the productivity and efficiency of employees in working time, a solution to problems above is to monitor their activities on computer, and curb the inefficient actions during their work. Choosing a type of appropriate keylogger software will help you to achieve this goal.
Anykeylogger is an application for real-time network computer monitoring and for employees’ work time tracking. It is portable and effective in high-tech surveillance and allows you to remotely monitor employees computer and access the activity logs from anywhere at any time via your own personal computer! Anykeylogger can run hidden in the background and be undetectable to your antivirus software.
Anykeylogger allows you invisibly monitor your entire network from one centralized position, such as email, instant message, keystrokes, print Jobs, FTP file transfer, websites visited, applications used, etc. It also can log file operations on employee’s computer, such as copy, delete, create, rename, open, copy file to removable disk, etc.
Some people asked can employer monitor employees Internet activities? The answer is yes. Most employers can indeed monitoring employees' computer Internet activity. In fact, many legal experts encourage employers to monitor employee Internet activity as a proactive measure, to protect themselves against potential litigation from their employees. Such harassment and discrimination lawsuits have proven to be very costly for employers who failed to diligently tracking employee Internet activity when the offenses first occurred in the workplace.
But the practice might seem like an invasion of privacy of employees, under most circumstances an employer can monitor employee Internet activity, including e-mails, browsing histories and downloaded files. When many employees are first hired by a company, they are presented with an employee handbook which details their rights and obligations while on company time. Many of these handbooks written or updated after the advent of the Internet specifically mention a "no expectation of privacy" policy when using company-owned computers, servers and printers. "No expectation of privacy" means just that; employees cannot and should not assume their electronic communications will not be examined by their employers at some point in history.
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