Axence nVision modules

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Axence nVision® – network, application and employee monitoring, hardware and software inventory

 

NOTE! In version 11 of nVision, the rights included in user roles (User, HelpDesk Employee and Administrator) have been restructured into a new system of rights. Please read the chapter which describes these changes in detail.

 

Axence nVision® consists of 5 functional modules that can be installed in any combinations and managed from one console.

Proactive network monitoring and visualization

 

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Network

The Network module monitors mail servers and Web addresses, TCP/IP and Windows services, application status and operation, and switches and routers (port mapping, network traffic, SNMP monitoring). The network is automatically detected and presented on interactive maps.

Hardware and software inventory

 

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Inventory

The Inventory module automatically collects the information about hardware and software of Windows machines. It enables auditing and the verification of license usage and offers information about program installation or configuration change.

Advanced user monitoring

 

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Users

The Users module monitors and reports the activity of users working on Windows machines: the actual activity (work) time, application usage, visited web pages and network transfer.

Remote technical support for users

 

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HelpDesk

The HelpDesk module enables a quick technical support for users by means of remote access to the workstations. It helps to solve the reported problems in a quick and effective manner.

Protection against data leaks by port blocking

 

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DataGuard

The DataGuard module manages the access rights for all I/O ports and physical devices utilized by the users to copy files from a company machine or to run external software.

Visualization and better time management

 

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SmartTime

The SmartTime module monitors and reports the activity of users working on machines. It enables the data collected at the web browser level to be visualized and displayed. It allows for better management of work time and enables the superiors to view the activity of their subordinates.

Alerting and events

 

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You can define a wide range of events when an alert should be raised. Events may be defined based on any monitored parameter and service: computer or service down, page content changed, e-mail server problems, MS SQL server parameters out of range, and much more.

Each event may trigger one or more of the notification and corrective actions, such as desktop notification, e-mail, SMS or ICQ message. Alerts are stored in the event log, so you can analyze them later.