Couple of suggestions.
1. Have the camera send a snapshot/image to an FTP server.
----a. Using a single image, replace the single image.jpg with the most recently taken picture image.jpg, then you can bookmark/favorite that URL link to the most current image taken.
----bi. Using a cycle loop_x, will provide you x number of images (you determine the interval). Dependant on your needs, an example would be 960 images, taken every 7 seconds will provide you the last two hours of coverage. (Lengthen the seconds, or increase images to cover more time)(Under 6 seconds and your going to start bumping into the FTP send option, while taking another image)
----bii.This will take time but, you can then create a webpage. In the page make a table with roughly no more than 20 images, that can act as segways to zeroing in on the time of action you want to examine in more detail. (Remember that the phone or mobile device is loading ALL of the images in full snapshot size eg.640x480 and will take longer to load / sometimes appearing to lock up the device~but not really)
2. Use the software DCamViewer Ver2, or DViewerCam Ver3, or try using them both at same time.
----a. The software can email you when the software loses Signal to the camera(s), and when there is Motion Detected. The camera(s) can still be 'online' and actively sending FTP updates, but the software alert is just when the software looses connection to the camera. (eg. I occasionally get "Signal Lost with Camera 4", but on another PC I am viewing a live stream of Camera 4, both over the LAN, and Internet.)