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masand 09-23-2004 12:32 PM

Software That Knows Your Every Move
 
It's called Worklenz, and it can be a powerful management tool for tracking projects and people

Designed by privately held information-technology company Métier in Washington, D.C., Worklenz is software designed to help companies manage large projects and maximize efficiency. But unlike an enterprise resource program, which tracks a company's inventory, invoices, and assets, Worklenz tracks workers -- what they do, when they do it, and how long it takes.

In its essence, Worklenz uses an extreme form of micromanagement to help a company make broad decisions. The program syncs with each employee's Microsoft Outlook e-mail account, Microsoft Project scheduling software, and his or her PeopleSoft timesheet, to let a boss see everyone's schedules, what tasks they're working on, and how soon each employee will complete his or her work.

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crzyflll 09-28-2004 06:23 PM

It seems very strange to me that any company would use this software to make major decisions if it is based on information gleaned from outlook and M$ project scheduler as people are constantly finding ways to attack them and hack using them.


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