New Spector 360 2010 Supports Mac Clients

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SpectorSoft Enhances Flagship Monitoring and Surveillance Software with Mac OS Recording

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Given that a survey by the Yankee Group reports that 8 of 10 businesses have Macintosh computers, enhancing Spector 360 with the ability to monitor and record Macs is a logical and powerful advancement for our flagship product.

SpectorSoft Corporation, the recognized leader and pioneer in the computer and Internet monitoring software market, today announced the newest release of Spector 360 2010, with support for Mac Clients. Developed in response to customer request and the increased use of Macs in business, Spector 360 2010 with Mac Client allows businesses and organizations to monitor and record both Windows and Mac OS computers.

More than 500,000 consumers and 50,000 businesses, government organizations, schools, and law enforcement agencies have purchased SpectorSoft products to help keep kids safe online, and to prevent Internet abuse, data loss, and compliance violations in the workplace and school systems.

Survey Says: Monitor Both Windows and Mac OS Computers.

“Given that a survey by the Yankee Group reports that 8 of 10 businesses have Macintosh computers, enhancing Spector 360 with the ability to monitor and record Macs is a logical and powerful advancement for our flagship product,” said Jason Judge, SpectorSoft President. “Spector 360 with Mac Client is also a testament to SpectorSoft’s reputation for intently listening to customer input and acting on those suggestions.”

Award-winning Spector 360 is unsurpassed in its ability to centrally record, archive, and report on everything users do at the computer and on the Internet. Spector 360 records all websites visited, emails sent and received, chats and instant messages, keystrokes typed, files transferred, documents printed, and applications run. Spector 360 then feeds that recorded activity into a database to provide more than 50 built-in reports and unlimited customization for a high-level view of computer user patterns and behavior.

In addition, activity recorders and screen snapshot capabilities continuously work behind the scenes and can be called into action at any time to “rewind and play” what someone did at their desktop, every step of the way.

Because of its ease of use and simple-to-understand charts and graphs, Spector 360 lessens the burden on IT by eliminating the need to sift through emails or review browser histories to get to the root of an issue. Further, keyword alerts can be set to trigger a red flag when a user’s activity may be in direct violation of an organization’s Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) or a compliance regulation like HIPAA, CIPA, or Sarbanes-Oxley.

Available Now:
Spector 360 2010 with Mac Client is available now and includes one full year of Premium Maintenance. Premium Maintenance includes Product Version Upgrades and Updates at no additional charge, Unlimited Access to the Spector 360 Knowledge Base, and Priority Product Support 24 Hours a Day, 7 Days a Week by toll-free telephone or email.

Request a Demo or More Information:
For more information on SpectorSoft Corporation, a product demonstration, an interview with a SpectorSoft executive, or an evaluation copy of Spector 360 2010 with Mac Client, please contact Rebecca Ayers at (772) 770-5670 or email press(at)spectorsoft(dot)com.

About SpectorSoft:
SpectorSoft products include Spector Pro, eBlaster, Spector Pro mac, and eBlaster mac for home and office use; and Spector 360, Spector CNE Investigator, and Spector Server Surveillance Edition for corporate-wide monitoring and reporting. SpectorSoft has earned numerous awards for product excellence and been named five times to Inc. Magazine’s List of Fastest Growing Private Companies in the U.S. For more information call +1-772-770-5670 or visit http://www.spectorsoft.com . For more information about SpectorSoft’s award-winning products for corporate monitoring and surveillance, visit http://www.Spector360.com .

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