How to Track your Employee’s Internet Activities using BrowseReporter

05Dec08

In the office, productivity is key. But when employees are given too much control over their work, they become counter-productive. As an employer, it is always useful to understand which of your employees are loyal and hardworking.

To track your employee’s Internet web usage, I recommend using a software called BrowseReporter, developed by Codework.

Download BrowseReporter from: http://www.browsereporter.com/download.htm

You can start monitoring your employee’s web activities in three simple-steps:

  1. Install the BrowseReporter Console on your computer
  2. Deploy the client tool onto the computers you want to monitor
  3. Generate Reports of their Internet usage

Install the BrowseReporter Console on your computer

  1. Run the setup file that you downloaded from http://www.BrowseReporter.com
  2. Install the Console and Server on your computer

Deploy the client tool onto the computers you want to monitor

  1. Run the Remote Client Install tool from BrowseReporter
  2. Specify the IP address of your Console computer during the installation
  3. The client tool will be installed on your employee’s computer and run in stealth mode

Generate Reports of their Internet usage

  1. Generate the Reports that you want to see.
  2. Report includes: Sites Visited, Domain Visited, Total Browsing Time and more.

Visit BrowseReporter at www.BrowseReporter.com

Download the setup file from http://www.browsereporter.com/download.htm

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One Response to “How to Track your Employee’s Internet Activities using BrowseReporter”

  1. Question: As a tech savvy client computer user, will I notice that this client is running?

    Is there anyway for a user to find out if they are being monitored?


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