A normal day in the normal office: dozens of working computers, employees wearing serious faces, fingers dancing on keyboards, and harassing mice. They all look so busy and serious. However, in fact, nearly ten percents of them are reading online newspapers, other twelve percents are playing Solitaire or Minesweeper, others are flirting (or even looking for a new job) through Internet pages and some of them are even sleeping, despite of their eyes open and hands moving!
But what would happen if there was a man somewhere, who sees all what employees do? He watches all their screens simultaneously, he notes how they spend their well-paid time, he Feels The Pulse. LANVisor makes this completely possible and easily done.
LANVisor allows viewing screenshots on any number of office computers (Clients) from a single (Server) computer in the actual state. Those screens-on-the-screen can be easily sized and arranged. LANVisors rich features make the program ultimately useful for either a manager in the office (as noted above), or for teacher at a school, for administrator in an Internet-cafe or for someone else whoever that might be. The solution includes some very advanced features like logging screens being viewed, calculating the actual work time, estimating free space amount on computers HDD and the remote administration elements.
LANVisor can work alongside with the freeware RealVNC software for remote management of computers mice, and keyboards.
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