Yes, in version 1.9.1 we introduced the Insight analysis shown in an additional tab next to the search tab. The Insight analysis feature was designed to 'deep dive' into your data to find the human context and connections in that data. The Insight tab then lists the most notable user, system and Internet artifacts in your case. This simplifies finding important evidence and improves the examination time and thoroughness of any investigation
Intella is designed to run on Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10 and Windows server (2008 and up). In order to index NSF files, Lotus Notes 8.5
or higher is required. In order to export results to a PST file, MS Outlook 2007 or higher is required.
Intella does not require installation or configuration of any third party database.
The minimum hardware requirement for Intella Viewer is Intel Pentium 4 CPU, 2 GHz, 4 GB ram. For work stations that will process data
using Intella we recommend a minimum of Intel Core Duo CPU with 8 GB ram (64bit system).
To read more on hardware requirements please read this article.
Yes, Intella can be used for both forensic and eDiscovery matters. In regards to eDiscovery, Intella can process various data types. It allows for easy searching and filtering of the data with its simplistic UI. Review can be undertaken in the same platform where documents can be subjectively coded by the reviewer. Documents can be exported in native, PDF or various load file formats.
Yes, Intella will process the Geo location data within picture files and emails if the geo location information is available. The user can then view the locations of these items on a world map.
Intella supports over 50 languages, including: Western (English, German, French, Dutch), Chinese (both Traditional and Simplified), Japanese and Korean. More information about language support can be found in Section 2.5 of our User Manual.
Vound has a vast range of Intella products in its portfolio matching all kinds of investigations and budgets. Clients can choose between single-user products, client-server solutions and even a web variant of the platform. More details can be found on this page.
If you are looking to try Intella, you can request the trial version.
New version releases can be found in two places. If you are registered on the support portal (firstname.lastname@example.org), you can find new downloads there. You can also set your registered Intella version to check for updates when started.
Yes, we support indexing of Microsoft Exchange databases (.edb files). Intella will open the database and will provide the user with a list of all mailboxes in the database. You can then choose which mailboxes to index and include in your case.
Vound offers very affordable pricing for its products. The annual maintenance and support costs are 20% of the purchase cost. Please contact your local sales representative for pricing including attractive "bundled" pricing for software and training.
Yes, skin tone analysis was included in version 2.0. Skin tone is found under the 'Content Analysis' facet.
Yes, Intella recovers deleted email from a number of mail formats.
Yes, Intella uses MD5 and smart message hashing to de-duplicate items.
Intella is often used in conjunction with other forensic and eDiscovery software. Intella has a useful enScript for working with EnCase. Intella is often used to reduce the cost of eDiscovery platforms such as "pay per GB products" by pre-culling evidence. Intella has the ability to export to, and import from various load file formats.
Intella excels in the extraction of metadata and has been instrumental in a number of matters where the metadata was crucial to the case.
Intella identifies encrypted items, PDF images, faxes, and scans, duplicate items and email, near duplicates, messages attached to messages, contents of zip files, document and email headers, message ID and many other fields.
Yes, Intella has a native preview feature for MS office documents, PDF, RTF and other formats.
Intella has a number of methods to help identify email communications between users. Intella´s cluster mapping visually depicts relationships between search terms and users. Intella also has a social graph where the communication links between two or more users can be viewed.
Yes, Intella has a one click "Show Conversation" feature for tracing and email threading.
Yes, during case processing Intella creates thumbnails of all images it processes. This includes images embedded in MS Word documents, PDF, PowerPoint, zip files and attachments to emails. Intella has been used a number of times by law enforcement to identify images used in prosecution.