Developer Vicomsoft has updated SuperIntendent, a module used as part of the company’s InterGate solution, to Mac OS X. While InterGate allows businesses and schools to manage their network connections and Internet firewalls, the SuperIntendent module provides detailed reports of Internet usage. Network administrators can use the module to generate reports by user or IP address, by the types of Web sites visited, by the types of Internet protocols used, and by other criteria. They can drill down through any of the reports to obtain more granular data. InterGate pricing starts at US$99 for five users, with SuperIntendent starting at $349 as a companion module, and scales up from there. System requirements call for Mac OS X v10.2.6 or higher, a Mac with a G3 or better processor and 50MB hard drive space. A 30-day demo of InterGate is available for download from the Vicomsoft Web site, after you fill out a request form.