Finally! Fastvue Sophos Reporter v2.0 is now available! Thank you to all beta testers that helped iron out all the issues over the past few months!
Fastvue Site Clean (Patent Pending)
Of all the new features in Sophos Reporter v2.0 we’re most excited about Site Clean. Site Clean is a unique technology that solves the problem of reporting on the modern web where a majority of a website’s content is served from other sites and domains.
Fastvue Site Clean combines advertising, CDNs, tracking pixels and social sharing widgets back into the site a person was actually browsing, making your web reports make sense again!
Private Report Sharing
Need to share reports with people without opening up access to all reporting data? The new Private Report feature lets you share and schedule any report with HR, Department Managers and employees providing access to just that report’s data and nothing more.
Activity Report Gantt Bars
Activity Reports are great for detailed investigations where you need to see traffic sorted by time, along with browsing time sessions, full URLs and so on. But, they can return A LOT of data.
Sophos Reporter’s detailed, time-based Activity Reports just got even better. Green Gantt Chart bars now provide a visual indication of browsing sessions, so you can easily identify users or sites with the longest browsing sessions, and expand those sessions to see full details such as URLs, Timestamps, Actions and Categories.
User Overview Reports now include a list of Search Terms that the user has entered into Search Engines and shopping sites. Note: For google search terms, you need to enable HTTPS inspection for google.com.
You can now export any report to CSV, with more export formats coming soon.
Fastvue Sophos Reporter 2.0 also includes many bug fixes, performance improvements and user interface tweaks providing a great overall reporting experience!
Simply run the new installer over the top of your existing installation. The installer will pick up your existing settings, so just click next throughout the wizard without making any changes. Once installed, browse to the site and clear the browser cache by hitting ctrl + F5 (cmd + R on Mac).
What do you think?
Are we on the right track? We’ll never be sure unless you tell us!