For Immediate Release
Question Mark Guardian - Stamford, CT -- August 29, 1995
NEW PRODUCT OFFERS NETWORK CONTROL
Question Mark Guardian limits access to assessment tests on networks or standalone PCs
STAMFORD, CT -- August 29, 1995 -- Presence Corporation announces the release of Network Guardian, a new add-on for Question Mark for Windows surveying and testing software which provides complete test security and management on a network. Guardian can also be used on standalone PCs or when distributing distance learning materials.
Guardian is designed for teachers and trainers who want to control which tests or questionnaires are available to run, how many times they can be done and in what order.
The software can allow individual users or groups of users access to designated tests and prevent access to other tests. It can ensure that no one takes a test using a false name, and it can limit the number of times a person takes a test.
Guardian defines a pre-set order in which tests or quizzes must betaken. The software establishes passing scores which determine a person’s readiness for the next test in a sequence. Guardian can also keep a reliable record of who does what test and what score they get. This prevents people from attempting a test and trying to hide the fact.
With Guardian, test authors can define date and time ranges within which a test is valid, so they need not worry that people will run a test before it is released or after it has expired. These and other security features make Guardian an essential tool for people who want complete control over their testing networks
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