Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) April 14, 2012
Retina-X Studios, LLC announced today the immediate availability of Net Spy Pro for Mac OS X. This employee monitoring software allows employers to easily monitor, filter and restrict employees’ Macintosh computers. The employer can monitor the activities of the employee’s computer from one centralized location.
Net Spy Pro is a network monitoring software designed for employers wishing to gain more control over their employees’ computer usage. Once installed, the software discreetly records Mac activities such as keystrokes, screenshots, applications launched and websites visited. Along with that employers can also set filtering and blocking options to restrict inappropriate web sites and applications from being used on the system.
“Net Spy Pro for PC has been very popular among employers wishing to monitor their workstations. With the growth in Mac OS X based computers, the need for a monitoring solution for Machas been high.” said Craig Thompson, Media Representative for Retina-X, “We are happy to introduce a powerful network monitoring and filtering software for Macintosh. Net Spy Pro is a useful tool to regain control over employees’ inappropriate activities during work hours and regain control of productivity.”
“Internet access abuse and theft of intellectual property been on rise for companies in the USA. With the pressures of the recession, employers don’t have the leeway to ignore the importance of internet monitoring for their workstations.” said James Johns, CEO of Retina-X, “With the release of Net Spy Pro for Mac OS X we are bringing the proven power of employee monitoring to Macintosh.”
Net Spy Pro is priced at $249 for 1-5 computers (PC or Mac), volume licenses are also available. For purchase and download information, visit http://www.net-monitoring-software.com or call 1-888-475-5345. Free 14 day trial version can also be downloaded from the website.
About Retina-X Studios: RXS designs and develops tools that let users monitor their individual PC, network or smartphone. Retina-X Studios products have been mentioned by Newsweek, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Reader’s Digest, PCWorld and other media outlets. The company’s website is available at http://www.retinax.com.