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General Software Discussion / Re: Time Clock Software
« on: May 01, 2009, 03:04 PM »
Thanks for the suggestion, I will check it out.  Just to be clear, it does not have to actually "punch a card" so to speak, just do the time tracking.  Sounds like we may be onto something.  I'll report back if this will work.
Thanks Shades!

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General Software Discussion / Re: Time Clock Software
« on: May 01, 2009, 01:29 PM »
To clarify, I did make it sound a little easier than what would be ideal.  I am looking for something that employees would use to punch in and out (using a user name and pwd combination).  It would only need to track their payroll hours.  The program would obviously need to report on the statistics, ideally with a user selectable from/to range (but totaling hours per each week).  Changes to punch ins/outs would need to be pwd protected so only a supervisor could change them.  Web based would be best, I guess, so that we could use it in multiple locations (though I guess we should log the ip address to make sure they're not punching in from home!).  PC app would work too, but then you could only have people log in from one location....
What do you think?

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General Software Discussion / Time Clock Software
« on: May 01, 2009, 12:02 PM »
Does anyone know of any good free software that can be used for tracking employee hours?  It seems like it would be a fairly simple software program but I can't for the life of me find something (at least close to) free.

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What about google desktop search?  No mention?
Well, I don't use google desktop, so  I wouldn't be in a position to analyze it.  Feel free to contribute if you're familiar with it!

I've been using GDS for a while, and it's pretty decent.  The live searching feature, though, it 100% robust and fully capable.  It's lightning fast, it indexes pretty much everything one would want (and you can exclude certain items/drives/etc).  In the scope of this article, though, the find-as-you-type is first-in-class.  My .02.  Thanks for the write-up, I'm currently trying to make my way through the Opus 8 manual.  Looks good so far.

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What about google desktop search?  No mention?

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