ediscovery & Forensics

e.law has become a Relativity Premium Hosting Partner and is now offering the e‐discovery review platform that handles document analysis, review and production.

Nuix has unveiled what it dubs the eDiscovery SuperComputer, powered by a $50,000 Dell 910 workstation with half a Terabyte of RAM.


Iris Data Services has announced the latest release of its Unity 3.0 ediscovery processing platform includes enhancements to Iris’ OCR processing, including a significant increase in processing speed.


AccessData has announced its upcoming product release at the ILTA 20010 event in Las vegas, CaseVantage 6, an in-house, web-based review platform that can support litigation containing millions of documents and hundreds of users across multiple matters.

HBGary has released a new freeware tool that offers the ability to automate forensic data acquisition over a network, FGET.


Ediscovery specialist StoredIQ has announced that its Intelligent Information Management (IIM) Platform is now fully interoperable with the Microsoft File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) technology included in Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2.

Guidance Software is delivering a solution for forensic investigation in industrial automation environments by teaming up with a US company that specialises in cybersecurity solutions for industrial control and SCADA systems.

Paraben’s iRecovery Stick is a new product resembles a standard, commonly-used, USB thumb-drive. and is designed to recover deleted data from Apple iPhones.

Anna Fry and Mark de Bruyn are the newest faces on the ediscovery scene in Australia with their new venture, NuLegal, taking on established players in the litigation support market.

StoredIQ has announced an addition to its enterprise eDiscovery solution, a new application called eDiscoveryManager that addresses the range of legal discovery requirements, including search, identification, collection, early case assessment (ECA) and analysis, as well as legal hold and review.