In StaffCop you can view the Account card of a specific user to get an overview on his (her) productivity at the workstation.
What can you see in the user (account) card?
- Basic account information
- Web-sites visited by the user
- Applications in which the user works
- Computers on which this account was logged in
- Contact details, such as e-mail address or skype account
- Duration of calls in softphones and Skype
- User passwords (if this option enabled)
- Files sent/received by the user
- Search queries performed by the user
- Graph of communications
- Workday overview
Basic account information
Basic account information includes user name, domain name, and the date of last report received from this account.
Web-sites visited by the user
User card contains a pie-chart on all the web-sites visited by a user with percentage and total time for each web-site. If we click on the web-site name we will get a list of visits with detailed information including time, duration and URL. You can read more about web-site tracking here.
Applications in which the user works
User card contains a pie-chart on all the applications in which a user worked with percentage and total time for each application. If we click on the application we will get a list of visits with detailed information including time, duration and URL. You can read more about aaplication tracking here.
Computers and accounts used by the user
User card contains information on computers where the user logged in with his account, e-mail addresses and skype accounts that were used.
Files sent/received by the user
The user card has the list of all the files that were sent or received by the user in e-mail or messengers, recieved from USB drives or uploaded to cloud storages. Files are shadow-copied so you could open them for further investigation.
Search queries performed by the user
User card shows the list of search queries performed by the user. It contains the search phrase and the URL.
Graph of communications
User card contains the graph of communications that is used to get a visual overview of the user's communications with other users. If you click an arrowm you will see the list of messages.