GSM Guard 5.2

"GSM Guard" snapshot

GSM Guard allows you to control remote sites and objects equipped with security alarms, controllers, or surveillance systems that send alerts about specific events or issues via GSM, SMS, or GPRS.

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Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Publisher:
AGG Software
Price:
$85
File size:
39.36 Mb
Date added:
March 13, 2015
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Description from the Publisher
GSM Guard allows you to control remote sites and objects equipped with security alarms, controllers, or surveillance systems that send alerts about specific events or issues via GSM, SMS, or GPRS. When installed on a server, GSM Guard receives and saves all incoming messages. If necessary, it can notify an administrator, operator, or business owner by various means. The application can monitor both stationary and mobile objects.
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