Are you concerned about inappropriate levels of internet activity?
Introspectus can provide the answers
Existing internet reporting tools provide statistics of internet usage based on downloads or the number of times a user visits a website. These tools assess a user’s interaction with the internet by broadly looking at all browser activity, whether active or dormant and incorrectly assumes that web traffic is being generated even if the browser is not being used.
Introspectus records active browser windows and actual usage and removes the assumptions made by other tools. Introspectus records browser activity of a user ‘active’ window.
Introspectus records the top level web address (URL) being used of each ‘in focus’ browser window and records the start time the window becomes ‘active’ and the time when the window is no longer ‘active’. This information is used to generate reports to inform you on how users interact with the internet.