ActivTrak captures user activity data in the digital workplace, helping teams address security and compliance concerns while also identifying opportunities for greater engagement, productivity and efficiency. Unlike traditional UAM providers that offer only a technical view of users, ActivTrak delivers rich, contextual user activity insights through the human vantage point. Named PCMags Editor's Choice for Employee Monitoring, ActivTrak is the only cloud-based solution of its kind, making it flexible, affordable and easy to deploy across an entire organization. Users are able to start analyzing data within minutes of signup.
Thousands of organizations worldwide use ActivTrak to:
Monitor remote workforces
Establish baselines and improve employee productivity
Identify users that may be either disengaged, or creating security vulnerabilities and compliance risks
Alert and Report on high-risk behavior
Defend against data leakage of proprietary, private, and sensitive information
To reduce security investigations time with rich forensics
Balance data security and compliance concerns with employee confidentiality and privacy considerations
The aggregated data collected by ActivTrak quantifies employee productivity, so employers and managers have the insight they need to improve employee performance as well as keep track of sensitive internal information and improve operational efficiency. The software is easy to install and the data is available within minutes with preset reports ready for review. ActivTraks services are offered in freemium and software-as-a-service model.
ActivTrak is consistently one of the top-rated products in the UAM market with rankings that include: Capterra 4.5/5 (456 reviews); G2 Crowd 4.4/5 (99 reviews, High Performer Award); & Trustpilot 5/5 (114 reviews).
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