SpectorSoft Partnership with Mexico’s Rusoft Yields First Fully Translated Spanish Remote Monitoring Software

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eBLASTER® for Windows Computers Says ‘Hola’ To Mexico’s Concerned Parents

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In Mexico and around the world, the technology gap between parents and children is widening,” said Luis Diaz, Rusoft Director General.

SpectorSoft Corporation, the leader in computer, mobile, and Internet monitoring and analysis software, today announced the development and release of the first fully translated Spanish version of eBLASTER for Windows, the company’s award-winning child safety remote monitoring software. The product launch is the culmination of months of research and development in association with Rusoft SA de CV of Mexico, one of SpectorSoft’s longest-standing Passport Partners.

eBLASTER for Windows – packaged for retail sales as ‘Programa de Monitoreo a Distancia’ -- will be available at several retail locations throughout Mexico beginning Q4 2011. The software also will be available for online purchase at http://www.softhouse.mx.

“Parents everywhere are concerned about the safety of their children at the computer and on the Internet,” said Lisa Shaw, SpectorSoft Sr. Director of Marketing. “And from what we have learned based on our valued association with Rusoft, parents in Mexico exhibit as much or more fervor than anyone when it comes to parenting. Listening to the marketplace, and following careful consideration and research, Rusoft and SpectorSoft chose eBLASTER for Windows as the first product to undergo what is a challenging but rewarding translation process.”

eBLASTER for Windows Remote Monitoring and Surveillance Software permits parents to keep watch on their child’s computer activity when they can’t be around to supervise. eBLASTER provides detailed reports of a child’s computer and Internet activity by recording everything they do on the computer and automatically emailing parents an easy-to-read report once a day, every hour, or as frequently as they wish. In addition, parents can keep informed real-time by choosing to receive immediate copies of their child’s emails, chats, and instant messages.

“In Mexico and around the world, the technology gap between parents and children is widening,” said Luis Diaz, Rusoft Director General. “eBLASTER Programa de Monitoreo a Distancia will help caring parents to identify, for example, the different faces many of their children are pressured to wear at school, online, and at home. Beyond the product level, Rusoft is pleased to be a part of SpectorSoft’s corporate vision. When you combine SpectorSoft’s number one position in monitoring software with Rusoft’s prominence and extensive knowledge of the Mexican marketplace, the Rusoft-SpectorSoft association is both special and powerful.”

About SpectorSoft
SpectorSoft is the recognized leader and pioneer in the computer, mobile device and Internet monitoring and analysis software market. More than 500,000 consumers and 50,000 businesses, government organizations, schools and law enforcement agencies have purchased SpectorSoft products to help keep children and employees safe online, and to prevent Internet abuse, data loss and compliance violations in the workplace. For more information, visit http://www.spectorsoft.com.

About Rusoft
Rusoft SA de CV, with more than 12 years of Value Added Reseller experience in Mexico, is committed to providing its partners peace of mind and excellent sales opportunities in its geographic region of influence. Rusoft chooses only established International partners with products of the highest quality and functionality, consistent with the company’s stringent IT security solution platform. For more information on eBLASTER ‘Programa de Monitoreo a Distancia,’ call Rusoft toll-free at 01-800-0228378 or email info(at)rusoft(dot)com.mx. To visit Rusoft online, please go to http://www.rusoft.com.mx.

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