Security information, products and solutions specializing in managed service providers.
Diplodock System Spy
Computer surveillance utility that helps people securely monitor their PCs for keyboard and mouse input, hardware and software usage, and internet access.
Provides administrators with the ability to record surveillance logs and impose effective access restrictions on any Windows PC.
Golden Plains Software
Supplier of System Surveillance Pro monitoring software to log keystrokes, programs run, websites visited and instant messages.
Produce software for monitoring and reporting on event logs from multiple security devices. Also offer a free newsletter containing a digest of security stories.
Iomart Group plc
NetIntelligence network and user activity monitoring software.
Monitor virtually any log your systems and applications can generate. [Windows]
Provides development tools, data services, power management and security solutions.
Rampell Software - Spector
For Macs running OS 9 or OS X. Records everything users do on the internet. Spector automatically takes hundreds of screen snapshots every hour.
Software for remote monitoring of user activity including keystrokes, web access, chat conversations and application usage. Product details, online ordering and demos.
Web cam based security surveillance software.
SpyAnytime PC Spy
Offers easy to use PC computer monitoring software to secretly monitor and record all activities on the computer.
Email monitoring software and surveillance tool designed for consumers and businesses.
Software to monitor Windows Media server streams for network management purposes. Provides email notification, logs and a status display.
Monitor and record Terminal Services, Remote Desktop or Citrix sessions to Windows Server.
Utility to monitor computer activities.
Offers software that removes files saved by websites, a password recovery program, and a key logger.
Offers security applications that include customized applications, to monitor WinNT/Win2k. Featured application is EventSentry which monitors the Eventlog.