– Mark Ackerman, senior engineer with SuperLumin Networks (www.superlumin.com), says:
Want to know when your security measures aren’t functioning properly? Want to know what your employees are doing on the Internet? Want to know how to improve the performance of your network?
Whether you’re running a large or small enterprise, in today’s Web-centric workplace more and more organizations want to monitor access to Internet resources to accurately manage usage policies and keep employees productive—and for viable reasons too. According to IT research firm Gartner, non-work related Internet surfing results in an estimated 40% productivity loss each year for American businesses.
In response to the demand for Internet monitoring and reporting, SuperLumin Networks announced its partnership with WebSpy Vantage to provide reporting support for its Nemesis 2.3 software.
This new partnership allows enterprises to assess bandwidth consumption and identify excessive downloading from particular websites, of specific files and by which employee. Two popular reports for organizations include employee productivity and specific user browsing activity.
WebSpy Vantage support through Nemesis generates reports in HTML, Microsoft® Word, CSV or plain text and is able to distribute them securely via a WebModule.
Offering an interactive reporting interface, WebSpy Vantage also allows users to import log data from SuperLumin Nemesis, directly from servers or workstations on an enterprise network. Users can interactively drill-down into any log data and interrogate specific events, and generate a wide variety of default reports or create customized report templates.
“Webspy Vantage reporting, supported by SuperLumin, is designed to efficiently analyze gigabytes of data with a simple-to-use interface—providing an enterprise-scale monitoring solution and offering a completely automated reporting function,” said Mark Ackerman, Senior Engineer at SuperLumin Networks. “It’s the needed solution to help protect Internet usage, increase employee productivity and maximize cost savings—ultimately enhancing the bottom line.”