Activeye easy-to-read dashboard is designed to give you a high-level overview of all activity on all monitored devices.
As you log into Activeye, you are greeted with the following data summaries:
All data can be sorted and filtered to include every monitored device or only certain ones. Click any item in the legend of any graph you see on the Dashboard to remove that bit of information from the presented summary. Click the item again to re-insert it.
Screenshots make it possible for an administrator to see exactly what the device user sees by capturing everything that’s visible on the screen. Screenshots can be taken across all devices continuously, or you can set intervals on certain devices.
There are three links under the Screenshot menu:
Screenshot timing is controlled by the Configure button found under the Screenshots tab on the Screenshots page, or through your Alarm settings. By default, Activeye is set to take a screenshot 20 seconds after a change in the active window title bar, unless it’s preempted by another change.
With Real-Time Monitoring, you can check exactly what’s happening on your monitored devices at any point, from anywhere.
Real-time Monitoring lets administrators view a live data stream of the active window on any monitored device’s screen. This report lets administrators monitor user activity as it’s being transmitted to the system without having to navigate through reports. Data is displayed in individual rows with information on the open website or application, how long the user has been there, and every other data point the software captures.
Top Used Application make it possible for an administrator to see exactly which application is installed on the machine. This feature allows you to check which applications are mostly being used in your entire Machines.
Whenever the employee installed any application Activeye monitor that continuously.
Feature allows you to check the Top Productive Employee from entire organization. In the manual ways its difficult to check which employee perform well. But with the use of Activeye its become Simpler.
Activeye Monitor the entire System running time. And also captures the employee working time with the help of keyboard & Mouse that shows an productive time of machine. by captureing this data its very easy to find the employee ideal time Spent on the particular machine.
A thumb drive, USB drive, or flash drive is a tiny, but potentially catastrophic device for any business. Take, for example, Hong Meng. In 2009, this Senior Research Scientist for DuPont downloaded top-secret information onto a thumb drive that held millions of dollars’ worth of research and development information on Organic Light Emitting Diodes (OLED), with the intention of passing on the information to Peking University in China. He was arrested and charged with stealing trade secrets and sentenced to 14 months in prison.
It doesn't take a Senior Research Scientist to steal millions of dollars' worth of R&D with a USB drive, though. For a few dollars, anyone can purchase a thumb drive and either transfer your company’s proprietary information or infect all of your company’s network with malware. Activeye's USB Detection provides a way for you to ensure what happened to DuPont will never happen to you. The USB Alarm triggers when a USB drive is inserted, written, or both.
When the Alarm triggers, The Activeye Agent will begin recording the amount of time the USB has been inserted. Use it to be alerted to insider threats via email. See what the offender is seeing and downloading via Screenshots. You can even shut down their ability to steal your investments. In order to accommodate your individual needs, additionally, you may choose to notify any other security software that you use via Webhook notification. Setting up a USB Alarm is easy. Within a few clicks from the main Alarms Tab on your Dashboard, you'll be one step ahead of anyone who hopes to access your data with malicious intent.
You can block websites from individual users, groups, or everyone at once. In our experience, we’ve learned that most of your lost productivity gets surfed away somewhere on the internet. A simple solution for this is Activeye’s powerful Website Blocking.
The Website Blocking tab is where you’ll go to block websites that are malicious, create low productivity, and are distracting from work activities. Social networking sites are usually the first to be blocked, but some clients take it a step further and block popular high-bandwidth sites like Netflix and Spotify to save costs or popular job search websites.
To block a website, either enter a new domain, or choose one from the pre-populated list, and check the box under the Blocked column. Block complete categories by typing the name of your category into the bar labeled Category at the top of your table. After that, you’ll notice your list has been filtered by the input category. Click Select All, then Apply to block the whole category.
To block a website from specific Groups of computers, click the Groups button, and select the Groups that will be blocked from the site. To verify that websites have been blocked, simply click the green button labeled Blocked to see all blocked websites.