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AccessData Releases New Version of AD eDiscovery® Software Platform and Summation®

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AccessData Releases new version of E-discovery Software.
AccessData Releases new version of E-discovery Software.

Earlier this month, AccessData Group, a trusted provider of integrated digital forensics and e-discovery software, released new versions of its Digital Forensics software products, AD Lab 6.2, FTK® 6.2 and AD Enterprise 6.2. Today, 25th April, 2017, AccessData has released version 6.2 of ‘AD eDiscovery’ and ‘Summation’.

“The new version of AD eDiscovery features an innovative HTML 5 dashboard— developed based on specific customer feedback—that provides users with a single, comprehensive window into the status of collection, processing, litigation holds and document review,” said Victor Limongelli, CEO of AccessData.

AD eDiscovery 6.2 assures a 22 percent increase in processing speed, enhanced password decryption support for various Internet browser applications, agent support for multiple computer operating systems and increased scalability.

Summation 6.2 by AccessData, a web-based e-discovery review solution will deliver significant gains in data processing speed. Summation supports the post-data collection stages of the e-discovery process and enables secure collaboration, regardless of the location of a member of the litigation team.

Electronic Discovery or e-discovery is the electronic aspect of identifying, collecting and producing Electronically Stored Information (ESI) with the intent of using it as evidence in a civil or criminal legal proceeding.

An e-discovery application is used for investigative purposes from artifacts that can be made available from ESI. E-Discovery tool like AD e-discovery is used by law enforcement agencies, corporate legal teams and other government agencies to manage complex digital investigations world wide. The use of such tools will facilitate timely and error-proof investigation in the field of Digital Forensics.

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