If you have a system where employees clock themselves in on their computer when they start and end work, they could be stealing from you. All they have to do is reset the computer clock when they "punch in" by right clicking on the clock on the system tray and then selecting the option to change the computer clock setting. After they have clocked themselves in, they just reset the clock and start work. There are worse cases. At some hotels, the checkout desk had a system where the computer automatically calculated the bill when the clerk checked the customers in and out. In at least one such hotel, when the customers informed the clerk that they planned to pay in cash, the clerk set the clock back a day, checked the people out, then reset the clock. The computer showed that they had stayed for one less day in the records, but the clerk charged them for their full stay and pocketed the difference. There have been similar instances where clients paid by the hour for services such as tanning salons and the cashiers, after taking the payments in cash, reset the clocks so that the records showed shorter times. All of these are taking cash out your the pockets coif struggling businesses.
Clock Guard is a Windows
95/98/2000/ME/XP/NT/Vista/Windows 7 software
program that prevents tampering with the computer clock. Unlike other
programs, Clock Guard does
not require an Internet connection. It does not automatically set the
clock to the correct time by dialing up an atomic clock somewhere. It
by blocking access to programs that change the system clock and also by
preventing sudden changes in the computer clock. You can deactivate
protection with the password you select when you install it. This
you to set the clock if it becomes wrong. For more information on Clock
Guard, click here.
If you have any additional questions about this
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or call 386-410-6769.
Clock Guard is available as shareware ($20 individual fee. Volume discounts are available. For information on volume discounts, click here.). Try it for a month to see if you like it before you have to pay for it. Just download the install file to your computer, then run the file like a program by double-clicking on the install file in Windows Explorer or My Computer to install Clock Guard. Remember that complete instructions are provided for uninstalling Clock Guard if you decide that you do not like it. Clock Guard runs on Windows 95/98/2000/XP/ME/NT.
Click here to download the installation program (cgarc.exe).
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