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software for firing employees... - 13.May2005 11:23:00 AM   
tinto

 

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hi,
it actually seems that company's direction wants me to answer questions like "who's watching at bad sites?".
I'm searching for reports creating software who would allow me to see users web activity (first).
I'd like a soft that doesn't interact with isa other than to read log files. And possibly cheap "[Smile]"

I'm looking at netfee, webspy, the one from burst and the other from red line.

What people can suggest? "[Smile]"
thanks in advance
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RE: software for firing employees... - 13.May2005 12:25:00 PM   
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www.internetaccessmonitor.com

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RE: software for firing employees... - 13.May2005 4:38:00 PM   
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www.advsoft.info

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RE: software for firing employees... - 13.May2005 8:21:00 PM   
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Websense hands down that what we use and most companies who are serious about watching workers use it also

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RE: software for firing employees... - 19.May2005 8:30:00 AM   
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quote:
Originally posted by Tinto:
it actually seems that company's direction wants me to answer questions like "who's watching at bad sites?".

now the are even asking me to let them see the pages of "bad sites" the user has seen.
I mean not hostnames or urls but the "snapshot" of the pages...
no comment. [Frown]

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RE: software for firing employees... - 20.May2005 10:55:00 AM   
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I've never heard of that I'm not with baby sitting employees and I'm not all about firing people. Anyway if websense is king if this product can't help you than than you can just throw away your project

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RE: software for firing employees... - 31.May2005 3:43:00 AM   
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Not only is that idea of "Baby Sitting" not the right way, but unless your law's in Italy are completely different from that in the Netherlands, it's totally illegal as well. Privacy Legislation is not something that should be messed with easily.

Make sure you have covered yourself in this aspect, and check with someone that has knowledge about this and make sure that any requests on this have been formally given in writing!

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RE: software for firing employees... - 13.Jun.2005 11:56:00 AM   
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i sell my product to plenty of clients in the netherlands. the inportant thing in almost all countrys is to tell your employes that you are watching them. This is usually done through an acceptable use document. this could be signed when joining. this is wise anyway to outline the terms of conduct on your network

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RE: software for firing employees... - 14.Jun.2005 5:02:00 AM   
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quote:
Originally posted by Vuurvos:
Not only is that idea of "Baby Sitting" not the right way, but unless your law's in Italy are completely different from that in the Netherlands, it's totally illegal as well. Privacy Legislation is not something that should be messed with easily.

In the Netherlands it's illegal unless the company clearly states people's internet use might be monitored. As An-D wrote, this is usually done by having employees sign an 'acceptable use' policy (or an equivalent document), but even a simple pop-up box on system login, or proxy access suffices.

Do try to get the request for this data in writing, if only for your own protection.

-M

[ June 14, 2005, 05:03 AM: Message edited by: mbassie ]

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RE: software for firing employees... - 28.Jul.2005 1:40:00 PM   
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we use surfcontrol's webmonitor...

AWSOME product...

Easy to set up, integrates with all our domains and trusted domains perfectly.

We monitor about 350 users with it.

I can lock it down so a certain user can only go to one site for 5 minutes between 12 noon and 12:30 and may only download 1 meg of traffic.

Very usefull program and the reports are exactly what department heads want to see. per user, per site, and the tiem spent there.

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