Sunday, May 02, 2010

My Bookmarks and Annotations 05/02/2010





  •  Automatically monitor software usage by the employees
     Get the actual picture of what software is used, when and by who
     Control licenses usage and minimize software related expenses (licenses and software audit)
     Identify the most used software
     Monitor browsers, email and chat software usage
     Find out if employees use any prohibited software
     Monitor time spent using any software
     Monitor software usage on laptops, remote computers, computers in company's network
     Monitor software usage under Terminal Server and Citrix Server
     Automatically receive scheduled reports 



     Automatic invisible monitoringSoftware monitoring is performed in the background absolutely invisibly to the employees, automatically recording information about what software is used, when and by who.

     What is recordedWorkTime automatically records the actual software usage and the actual time spent on it. "Actual" means that an application is active (selected) and there is keyboard or mouse activity. Recorded data is very precise and accurate.
    WorkTime records software name, full path and document name (if any).
    Browsers - what is recorded: web-sites, URLs, page titles and time when activity was performed. Microsoft Internet Explorer 6/7/8, Mozilla Firefox 2/3/3.5 are supported.


     System, network, installationWorkTime Corporate is a client-server system that works either in a local or distributed network and is intended to monitor Windows-based computers. The system consists of database, server application, administrative/reporting tool and thin tracking clients. Client applications are installed on each computer that need to be monitored. Monitoring results are automatically sent to the centralized location. Reports are built using administrative tool.

    tags: software, worktime, usage, i3

  • 2Differentiate -                                                                                   
    For Middle school and High School.
    Why Differentiation?  Why Technology?
    To engage, to involve, to share, to learn

    tags: differentiation, personalized

  • Mouse Mischief integrates into Microsoft PowerPoint 2010 and Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007, letting you insert questions, polls, and drawing activity slides into your lessons.

    Students can actively participate in these lessons by using their own mice to click, circle, cross out, or draw answers on the screen.

    tags: powerpoint, microsoft, technology, studentresponse

  • Where did the idea come from?
    Wallwisher's janitor has a post-it overuse problem. He uses post-its as reminders, coasters, bookmarks, wrappers for used gum, to-do list managers, memos. So he decided to have some post-its for the web. SharedCopy, a startup that dealt with adding notes to web pages, therefore, came as a natural choice for the janitor's December internship. It was there that the janitor came up with the idea for using a sticky-note/noticeboard interface for communicating on the web.

    tags: wallwisher, postit, bulletinboard

  • tags: wordcloud, tagxedo, wordclouds, tag, visualization


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