Russian companies, mainly in the public sector and industry, have become more active in purchasing software for monitoring employees. The demand for this type of programs in the market grew by 30% year after year.
Kommersant writes about the growth in demand for software to monitor the work of employees in information systems, citing data from the developers of this software and analysts.
Software developer Staffcop in the second and third quarters of 2022 noted an 11% increase in sales of programs to track employee activities and their working hours. InfoWatch reported a sales increase of more than 20% in the first half of 2022.
The analysis center Zecurion announced an increase in sales of software to spy on employees by 30% year-on-year. According to the head of the center, Vladimir Ulyanov, such programs can result in the collection of evidence during the investigation of leaks and the identification of the culprit behind these leaks.
According to various experts, such software is especially popular among companies in the public, commercial and financial sectors. In the future, demand may grow among companies whose employees have moved abroad and continue to work from there, experts believe.
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