Lets's Talk Computers - WinWhatWhere  October 7, 2000
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Interview on October 7, 2000
Security Issues     Guest: Richard Eaton
WinWhatWhere Corp. was started in 1991 as a custom software consulting firm. Out of necessity, WinWhatWhere was initially developed to assist in debugging software.

Richard Eaton, President and Chief Designer of WinWhatWhere, discusses uses for their product, Investigator. This program allows you to record and view every activity on a monitored computer, which is extremely useful for problem-solving a sticky problem that only shows up on one computer.
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