Oleansoft Hidden Camera tracks employee desktops

By | November 21, 2006

Oleansoft has announced the release of an update version of Oleansoft Hidden Camera, a two-side system for remote desktop monitoring and control. Improvements in version 250×1 target remote control capabilities. It is now possible to not only transmit messages to clients, but also block or otherwise interfere into activities which are not work-related. Work with the record archive has also been improved and now features date and time filters. On the whole, the new version extends the means of real-time and retrospect monitoring.

The program supports screen sharing and remote control for up to 250 client desktops. Screenshots can be both transmitted in the real time and recorded at regular intervals. A smart technology of screen capture allows recording and transmitting only changes that appear on the desktop or in active windows. It enables the program to filter out screensavers and stand-by screens. Enhanced remote control, the new program feature, allows transmitting keystrokes and mouse moves from the manager side to a client with the speed of corporate LANs, thus creating the feeling of physical presence in the remote systems. It is as effective for blocking activities as for coaching new hire.

Although Oleansoft Hidden Camera can operate in the stealth mode without revealing itself on the client side, the public announcement of regular monitoring can in itself act as a deterrent for employees. From the experience of companies where the system was installed, the rise of productivity can reach over 400% just after the public demonstration of its capacity. Wise application of the surveillance is sure to improve overall productivity of your company and support its reputation with partners and clientele.

Oleansoft Hidden Camera 250×1 runs under Windows 98SE/2000/2003/ME/NT/XP and requires 100 Mb TCP/IP network. The product licence is offered on per-desktop basis and starts at 39 USD for each desktop up to five.

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