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Pearl Echo's Global Internet Management technology allows for the managing of your user's Internet access. With Pearl Echo you can manage, filter, block and monitor your users' access to the most popular segments of the Internet including, Web, E-Mail/Web-based E-Mail (Incoming and Outgoing), News, Chat, Instant Messaging and File Transfers (FTP’s). Pearl Echo will address your concerns about Lost Productivity, Security Risks, Legal Liability, and Network Overload. Pearl Echo will allow you to increase your users' productivity, maintain accountability, support your Acceptable Use Policy, and preserve access bandwidth. Pearl Echo is also fully functional in a Citrix or Terminal Services environment.
"Nice" - Steven [April 24, 2009] Product Rating: 5/5
Monitors and blocks fine. V9 handles monitoring SSL and blocking SSL. I think Matt may have had Application Detection set wrong. Even grabbing 64 bit apps now.
"Doesn't Fully Work" - Brian [April 17, 2007] Product Rating: 3/5
Doesn't work with WAN programs that use SSL. The program filters the program out with no way of configuring it to work.
Pearl Support Number:
"This message is in regards to your existing support issue: 00001703 titled: Pearl Echo v7.0."
Issue not solved. Had to remove client filtering to use program across WAN.
The server side of Pearl Echo has less configuration options then Net Nanny or Cyber Patrol.
"Pearl Echo and Alternative Browsers" - Matt [April 22, 2004] Product Rating: 3/5
I noticed that Pearl Echo doesn't monitor ALL traffic like it says. I tested it with Internet Explorer and everything was monitored. But, I also tried it with AOL, Mozilla, Firefox, and MyIE2 and none of them were monitored. Also Gaim, an open source instant messaging program that uses MSN, Yahoo, and Aim wasn't monitored.
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