System Audit, Management and Reporting Tools
for Active Directory, Windows File System and eDirectory
About Visual Click Software
Visual Click Mission
Our mission is to be the leading provider of customizable computer network security access management and reporting technology for organizations of all sizes.
Our daily commitment to you, our customer, is to provide a product of good and lasting value reinforced by our friendly, accommodating and trustworthy customer service, service you can count on to be there for you.
Visual Click Vision
Our vision is to focus on providing solutions that enable our customers to reduce the time, complexity and costs of managing their network security.
Visual Click History
Envisioned in 1996 and incorporated in 1999, Visual Click is the leader and pioneer in visually customizable computer network security access management and reporting applications.
Network Security Access Management: Our patented Visual Designer Technology allows for customer-specific applications to be developed in minutes rather than days, weeks or months. This powerful technology creates a new paradigm in network security access management. Previous technology either required use of overly large and complex 'consoles' that performed slowly and required product-specific training or required customized programming.
Our technology allows the customer to create exactly what they need to control their network security access management without burdening the Administrator or requiring custom computer programming costs.
Network Security Reporting: Our patented Visual Designer Technology allows for customer-defined reports to be developed in minutes with very little training. This powerful technology allows the network administrator to focus on the important matters of securing their network. With minor customizations, each Network Security Report can simultaneously be used for Network Security Access Management. Each Network Security Report can be used to change the Network Security issues it uncovers. This important technology solves two problems at the same time, namely, reporting about Network Security non-compliance and enforcing corporate Network Security policy!
John T. McCann
Background: Mr. McCann has more than 33 years experience in software industry. Since 1986, he has developed an array of network management and reporting tools for Novell's NetWare and Window's NT networks. In 1987, he helped create the software metering industry, being called the father of software metering by the New York Times (August 21, 1994) and others. In the summer of 1989 he helped Novell create the NLM Developer's Toolkit. In the fall of 1989 he wrote the NetWare Supervisor's Guide which enjoyed 7 reprints though 1995. In late 1989 he worked closely with Novell to develop the NetWare Name Service (NNS) which became Novell's NDS/eDirectory. Throughout the period 1988-1990 he served as the lead SysOp (System Operator) for Novell's forums (i.e. newsgroups) on The Source and on Compuserve. In October of 1993 Mr. McCann released SofTrack which has provided Software Metering solutions for more than 14,000 customers worldwide. In late 1996, Mr. McCann first envisioned Visual Click Software's first product, DSRAZOR.
Education: Mr. McCann received a Master's Degree in Computer Science from Texas A&M University in the summer of 1988.
Background: Mr. Garms has more than 30 years experience in the software industry. In the early 1980's he worked on the Launch Processing System for the Space Shuttle at the Kennedy Space Center. Mr. Garms then went on to develop helicopter simulator software for Bell Helicopter. Beginning in the early 1990's, Mr. Garms turned to consulting and assisted many large corporations as well as the Mexican government in updating and automating their antiquated systems. Steve's last major project before joining Visual Click Software in 1998 was designing and developing the largest internally used application for Applied Materials.
Education: Along with Mr. McCann, Mr. Garms received a Bachelor's Degree in Computer Information Systems from DeVry Dallas in the autumn of 1986.