3rd Party Remote Call Monitoring Feature
InfoShore Software Private Releases a Remote Call Monitoring App for Mobiles
InfoShore Software Private, a company dedicated to developing innovative software solutions, has announced the release of SpyBubble, a security application, a remote call monitoring-type system for mobile devices.
This new security application provides employers as well as parents with a way to monitor usage of smart phones. Company officials said that it “silently” tracks activities, including SMS, dialed and inbound call number logging and GPS location.
In addition, SpyBubble also provides remote call listening capabilities. It comes with built-in GPS’ tracking function, making it easy for employers to dispatch personnel in real time. With this software, parents can also monitor their children’s whereabouts, and spouses to see where their loved one is really spending their Saturday nights.
Installing and running silently, SpyBubble is essential for anyone looking to implement a remote call monitoring system in a device for security purposes, especially since there is no way for the phone user to deactivate it.
“Organizations have a legitimate need to know when it comes to abuse of company-issued communication devices,” said Ashish Arora, director at InfoShore Software Private, adding that the remote call monitoring system provides administrators with a way to keep cellular costs down, monitor improper release of sensitive company or client data, gather evidence in instances of corporate or industrial espionage and know the whereabouts of employees in real time.
“SpyBubble is an excellent solution for organizations tasked with HIPAA or Sarbanes-Oxley compliance, in addition to its other uses,” Arora added.
The company is currently offering a free trial of the software, allowing buyers to be sure that SpyBubble will work on the phones they intend to monitor.
Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.
Edited by Kelly McGuire