Bitcoin applications include Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Litecoin, Multibit Classic and Multibit HD, and cloud sources include Dropbox, Office 365 (incl. OneDrive), SharePoint, and Gmail.
Colorado, USA, October 13, 2016
Leading global vendor of eDiscovery, forensic search, and early case assessment technologies, Vound, announces it has released Intella 2.0 of the ﬂagship Intella range of comprehensive eDiscovery and digital investigation software solutions, as well as the web-enabled, Intella Connect 2.0. The new releases substantially expand Intella's feature set to include innovative Bitcoin crypto currency detection, several leading cloud sources - Dropbox, Office 365 (incl. OneDrive), SharePoint, and Gmail - skin tone analysis, restructured UX, and significantly improved search result times within the same cost-effective platform.
Emerging technologies including Bitcoin and cloud sources are becoming mainstreamed and increasingly accepted as payment for services and file sharing respectively, causing the need for detection. Many large organizations - including leading international law firm Steptoe & Johnson - recently announced acceptance of Bitcoin payments while banking giant, Wells Fargo, announced their development of a blockchain banking prototype. According to Gartner which ranks Dropbox in the Magic Quadrant for file sharing platforms, Dropbox has more than 500 million registered users and nearly 200,000 business customers, including 52% of the Fortune 500.
EDiscovery costs are under tremendous scrutiny across industries while data and data types continue to proliferate.
In a recent ACEDs survey, both data proliferation and budgetary constraints were the two top noted challenges faced by professionals tasked with these functions (at 28% and 28.6% respectively), followed by survey respondents noting they were spending too much time on eDiscovery (17.7%). In a highly cost-sensitive environment, there is significant pressure to identify powerful solutions which can produce quick and accurate results.
The necessities in forensic search and analysis of electronic evidence including these emerging technologies, however, are evergreen: accuracy, speed and simplicity. Intella suite of products dramatically reduce the time, expense and personnel needed for each case by enabling users to get right to the critical data early on in the process in eDiscovery, investigations and audits.
Intella is a powerful forensic and eDiscovery search tool. Intella can process and search a wide range of forensic images and other data types such as email, documents, attachments, embedded images, archives and metadata.
Intella's user interface presents an intuitive search that requires little to no training and subsequently allows an individual to examine indexed data. Intella's unique cluster map technology also presents a graphical representation of joint and disjoint keyword correlations whereby users can click on a graphic representation to immediately narrow search results presenting the most relevant data for review by investigators.
"Our Intella development team designs from the customers' standpoint so we are focused on increasing user efficiency and delivering a higher return on their investment. The purpose of every feature in our software is primarily to make the customer's job easier, and the new release of Intella continues to meet that standard."Peter Mercer, Chief Technology Officer of Vound
Vound is a leading global vendor of technology used for end-to-end forensic search, eDiscovery, early case assessment and information governance. Our Intella range of eDiscovery and digital investigation software is used by over 1500 organisations worldwide including the Big 4, Fortune 500 enterprises and Big Box Retailers, national security agencies, global banks, law firms, and law enforcement for Human Resources, Legal and Compliance matters. Intella's strength lies in taking large collections of data and allowing users to quickly search and drill down to the most pertinent evidence; minimising the need for experts and significantly cutting the time and costs organisations normally take to carry out investigations, audit requests and eDiscovery.