Category : Employee Monitoring Settings

Adding groups is a simple and easy way to organize your monitored users in a way that mirrors your corporate structure. Grouping users allows you to define unique monitoring settings for different job functions or departments. For example, using Facebook may be a critical job function for an employee on your marketing team, but not ..

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InterGuard supports several administrative roles with varying levels of restrictive access to InterGuard settings and data. You can add and modify additional admins from the main menu by going visiting¬†Settings > Admin Access. As an example, you may choose to have a manager oversee their particular group comprised of their direct reports.   The three ..

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Productivity Settings allow you to define whether or not a particular program or website should count as a productive activity, a neutral activity, or an unproductive activity. These categorizations will be factored into the individual user’s productivity score. Like other settings, productivity is group-specific, which means you can have unique definitions for different departments or ..

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Alert Words are categories of user-defined words that can be utilized to generate screenshots, notifications, and reports based on monitored device activity. Alert Words are extremely useful to ensure employees aren’t typing or viewing inappropriate or unproductive content on their monitored device. As an example, if you wanted to know about employees that were searching ..

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Notifications are a great way to passively monitor specific types of employee activity. Notifications allow you to receive an immediate or daily email based on specific parameters you define using alert words, website visits, user behavior changes, or even the last time a device check-in. You can set any number of different notifications for various ..

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