SoftActivity Monitor

SoftActivity Monitor

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Monitor employees at work SoftActivity Monitor is a remote surveillance program, that monitors networked machines in real time. You can view real-time (and history) desktop snapshots, programs that have been used and are currently running, websites visited, typed keystrokes and more. The administration interface is easy to use and allows you to simply switch between the machines in order to view and investigate real-time details or to retrieve history logs from each agent. Additional remote control features include options to start programs or execute commands remotely, turn off or restart remote computers, log off users, copy files from remote systems, and send instant messages to remote users. SoftActivity Monitor Agent can be easily deployed over the network to all computers in the LAN, using the built-in remote installer. Copyright

Trial Limitations: 15 day trial. Monitor a single PC.

Product Details

Publisher Deep Software Price $189.95 for 3 computers
Version 12.6  history Last updated Jun 14, 2021
File Size 82.5 Mb Requirements None

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Excellent, and easy to use 5 stars by objective Jan 20, 2007 (Read all my 11 reviews)
Activity monitoring software isn't the easiest genre of software to test. There are so many different approaches used, it can be confusing. Activity Monitor was a breath of fresh air (pardon the cliche, but it's true!). Installation is straightforward. And once you launch the client (which they erroneously call the "server" in the readme.txt of version 3.92), you'll find a very straightforward, easy-to-use interface. You won't be aggravated by a complex, confusing, cluttered interface. The look and usability is very polished and professional. The two things that disappointed me were the price (although there are some that are much more expensive), and the fact that there is no option to lock the server PC. You can log a user off, or invoke their screen saver, but those are not good alternatives (the former can be too harsh, the latter easily defeated). show Review details
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