Sunday, March 04, 2007

Off-the-shelf home remote monitoring system

Do you remember: ten years ago with a camera in a kindergarten a parent could view the child from the office?
That was then, today we have a more twisting and winding passages, but it is still doable off-to-the shelf.
Webcam companies offer this as a standard feature using their web sites to rendezvous in lieu of having stable end point identifiers.
The cameras typically have motion detection and can even email alerts with images. As you pay more you get features such automatic panning and logging and microphones.
So, knowing everything they DO online is easier than reading their emails...
With internet monitoring you can record every exact detail of their PC and Internet activity, you can archive and review your Employee's PC and Internet activity and know exactly what they are doing online by viewing simple reports and charts.
SpectorSoft Computer Monitoring software lets you : Records Emails, Chats, IMs, Web Sites, Web Searches, Programs Run, Keystrokes Typed, Files Transferred, Screen Snapshots - Plus - Offers Chat Blocking, Internet Access Blocking, Instant Notification Alerts and Top 10 Summary Report.
Then will automatically forwards you an EXACT COPY of their Chats, Instant Messages and Emails.
Well they offer: Computer Monitoring Software for Corporate Networks.
Of course we should also think a little about privacy issues—how good are the implementations? Can we assume the images are encrypted?

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