Melbourne, FL (PRWEB) October 21, 2008
The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs recently purchased Wavecrest Computing's Internet monitoring software, Cyfin Reporter, to manage employee Web use. The VA selected Cyfin Reporter because it provides accurate reports, requires minimal administration, and easily adapts to changes in the network environment.
With flexible monitoring and reporting capabilities, Cyfin Reporter gives management a clear view into employees' Web activity. Its reports offer high and low-level content-categorized reports covering the activity of a single user, a specific department or the entire organization.
Cyfin Reporter's accurate Web-use reports distinguish it from the competition. It differentiates a user's specific click actions from automatically downloaded hits (banners, ads, audio, etc.) that can distort measurements of users' online activity. Dennis McCabe, VP of Business Development at Wavecrest Computing, said that when developing Cyfin Reporter, "providing accurate and actionable data that organizations could rely on was a top priority for Wavecrest."
Cyfin's benefits don't stop at accuracy. It is compatible with a wide range of networks and 95 different logfile formats. It supports multiple logfile formats and locations within a single network and can easily adapt to changes and read new devices placed into the network infrastructure. This means that Cyfin's Web-use reports are always in the same format regardless of the configured logfile types. The majority of its features can also be automated, thus decreasing the amount of time IT spends on Web-use management.
Cyfin Reporter's flexibility--along with its intuitive report design and automatic abuse detection--makes it very easy to administer. These same features make it easy for managers to quickly spot problem areas related to network security, legal liability, and workforce productivity.
Wavecrest Computing has been providing Internet monitoring and filtering solutions to business, government, and educational organizations worldwide since 1996. Their monitoring and filtering software products--known for accuracy, usability, scalability and cost-effectiveness--are found in more than 3,500 commercial and government organizations of all types and sizes. Wavecrest's customer base includes well-known names such as Procter and Gamble, U.S. Department of Justice, BMW, Bayer, Pepsi Cola, HP, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, U.S. Coast Guard, IBM and many others. Government and education organizations can purchase Wavecrest software through the company's GSA Federal Supply Schedule Contract (#GS35F0212L).