Nuix 4 gives you more!
Nuix 4 builds on the powerful Nuix processing engine to deliver:
- A growing range of practical and effective information governance workflows
- Improvements to ease of use for investigation, eDiscovery and information governance
- Web-enabled remote access and robust role-based security for external users.
This latest release of Nuix software includes new features you asked for in face-to-face and webinar feedback sessions, support requests, Nuix Boot Camps and beta testing. It incorporates real-world use cases from our customers and partners.
Secure remote access for reviewers, investigators, clients and subject matter experts
Workflows for defensible deletion, cleaning up file shares, managing email risks, finding rogue contracts, investigating fraud, migrating data and remediating archives
Enterprise and Pod versions for the largest data sets
Solutions across the EDRM, from legal hold to more flexible production
Review and correlate data simultaneously from multiple sources, mobile devices and forensic images
Role-based security to protect sensitive data
Cluster documents in groups of near duplicates to make reviews faster and more contextual
Triage vast volumes quickly with a light metadata scan, then add in-depth indexing on selected relevant items
Process data stored in archives, consumer technologies and smartphone images
- Secure web-based remote access and role-based security gives external reviewers, clients and subject matter experts access to case data wherever they are
- Nuix eDiscovery and Investigator products now include Enterprise versions and Pod integrated solutions capable of addressing the largest and most complex data sets
- Nuix 4 extracts content directly from archive platforms EMC Centera, EMC EmailXtender and Symantec Enterprise Vault allowing you to locate, process and search data faster and more accurately than these systems’ built-in or associated search and discovery tools
- The new version analyzes Skype, Google Chrome, and Evernote databases, Mac OS property lists, Microsoft Outlook for Mac OS, Apple Mail 2.0, Apple iWork documents and images of Apple iPhone and iPad devices. It also conducts deeper analysis of RIM BlackBerry data.