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Need help in choosing Employee Monitoring Software.

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#1 sfaulkner


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Posted 05 August 2015 - 07:29 AM

I want to install a special software for activity monitoring on computers of my employees (25 people) 
Aim: increase productivity, safety, protection from leakage of business information.
I don’t need expensive solutions on the base of dedicated servers (the price of such solutions is from $3000), I need a simple cloud solution, that will not require IT-specialist for installation, configuration and maintenance. 
I analyzed the market of such solutions and chose three variants:
Spyrix Employee Monitoring - http://www.spyrix.com/employee-monitoring.php
InterGuard is too expensive for me - $2175 (for 25 employees)
In functionality and price, I like Spyrix Employee Monitoring
The price is $579 - for 50 employees.
Maybe someone used these applications and can give me some recommendations.

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#2 aatifshaik


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Posted 27 December 2016 - 06:10 AM

It could not appear ethical to put the employee monitoring software without having the data of the workers because they may be discussing the info without their permission. This hiccup could be prevented once they begin working for you personally giving every worker some overview of the clear presence of program. In this way they may realize that somebody may be viewing them when they're unaware that software may be performing the filthy work with them.

Worker tracking has become mixed with the non-harmful methods for example pc employee monitoring program  that'll record every motion of employee during the day. Listed here are number of issues that ought to be observed by management while selecting just one to the right. The primary and very first problem which must keep in mind may be the software put and ought to be totally concealed in this type of implies that employee must not assume anything humorous although providing the data.

eworksmanager could appear to area the software plan lacking the knowledge of the staff illegitimate simply because they might be discussing the information with out their permission. This hiccup could be prevented by giving several over view of the lifestyle of such method once they begin carrying out work for you personally to every single employee. Using this method they might realize that numerous 1 might be watching them if they may not be not unaware that software may be doing the filthy run for that children

#3 mkokarev


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Posted 27 July 2017 - 09:38 PM

For those who is still in search for an employee monitoring software in 2017, there are few more options:

  1. Hubstaff.com
  2. Teramind.co
  3. Controlio.net

Each of them deserves it's own review, but you can try them all, they're all good enough to raise productivity, improve KPI and increase staff's hatred:)


@sfaulkner, what system do you use now?

#4 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 28 July 2017 - 05:25 PM

This topic was started in August 2015 and there were no replies until December 2016. And that was the only reply until nearly the end of July 2017.


I suspect that the OP is no longer looking here for solutions to whatever problem he had. Please, no more replies.


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