The Office Software: Computer monitoring software for small business owners
The Office Software (theOS) software is a must-have, multi-functional office productivity tool designed to help managers and employees achieve increased productivity and enhanced security. The Office Software combines over five years of research and development from Pandora Corp's consumer-centric PC Pandora with decades of staff experience in process and resource management, and brings the result to small business environment.
The primary consumer of the theOS system and services are small businesses and medium-sized business with a high level of geographical granularity.
theOS can also be effectively deployed by educational institutions in classroom environments. The software allows instructors to quickly and easily access students' computers using the theOS Remote Access Device, which is included with the standard package.
theOS allows employees to measure and report time put into execution of work items at different levels of granularity. This is crucial in multi-tasking environments where employees are not permanently attached to a single project or account. The tracking and reporting engine helps employees allocate their time to maximize the return.
The activity aspects available in the current evolution of theOS are Program Usage, Websites, Web Requests, Keystrokes, Web Searches, Email, Instant Messaging, Peer-to-Peer/File Share and System Interaction.
In addition to that, the CAM engine allows the a manger to control resources (such as web sites) made available to individual employees or groups. The manager has the ability to completely block or password-protect access to specific websites or entire categories of websites. Similarly, the manager has the ability to mark certain websites as time-wasters and calculate the amount of time an employee wasted on websites designated as time-wasting websites.
Each of these logical components spreads among different organizational and physical points (Manager, Employee, Data storage, etc.)
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