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TradeMart Develops Employee Monitoring Software

TradeMart Technologies Inc. released its new version of TaskCenter, updated for Windows 2000. TaskCenter is the component-based desktop management application that locks down the Windows environment and keeps users on task.

TaskCenter allows administrators to create custom "workspace" files to meet specific departmental or end-user needs. The application combines keystroke monitoring and Windows 2000 security features to ensure that workstations are fully focused on user tasks. Web browsers and e-mail clients can also be locked down to approved site lists and addresses.

TaskCenter can also integrate applications with a single desktop, as well as incorporate Windows, DOS, and Telnet sessions. It can be distributed to any Windows-based client or server operating system.

Contact TradeMart, (519) 672-0251, www.trademartgroup.com.

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Scott Bekker is editor in chief of Redmond Channel Partner magazine.

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