Layton Technology Helps Organizations Tackle Workplace Productivity Challenges With The Introduction Of ObsurferPro

Recent survey results from and AOL show that employees spend an average of two hours in an eight hour day surfing the Internet on company time, resulting in $759 billion a year in wasted salaries. Internet monitoring software is hitting the market in response to this situation, but most companies aren’t taking a “Big Brother” approach to monitoring office Internet usage. Rather, they are after trend information that will help them to understand the overall problem and develop company policies and procedures that promote proper office Internet usage.

Layton Technology has just released ObsurferPro, an Internet monitoring and reporting tool that creates clear and concise reports that allow even non-technical personnel to evaluate office Internet surfing trends, create rules that effectively manage Internet access and help to enforce corporate policies and procedures. This article discusses the finer points of this product offering and notes the entry point of $295 for 50 PCs includes 60 days of email and telephone support.

Source: Business Wire (New York), Sep 12, 2005

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