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Nuix Acquires Automation Partner Rampiva
Sydney, Australia – Global software company Nuix has entered into an agreement to acquire Rampiva (Rampiva Global, LLC and Rampiva Technology, Inc.), a workflow automation and job scheduling software provider.Rampiva is a long-term technology partner of Nuix, founded in 2016 to meet the needs of Nuix customers who wanted to achieve greater productivity by automating their data processing tasks.
How government digital transformation is rapidly increasing
Written by Paul Slater Nuix charts how government digital transformation is rapidly changing the way government bodies work and deliver services.Government digital transformation is rapidly changing the way government bodies work and deliver services, both internally to their staff and externally to members of the public. Through increased adoption of digital technologies, government organizations strive to improve efficiency, reduce costs, and better serve the needs of the public.
World-first XLR8 Conference to showcase global impact of Australian technology
The exponential change in global technology and the proliferation of data will dominate conversations at Nuix XLR8/23 Conference this March, with some of the world’s most significant organizations flocking to Sydney to unpack the latest trends in data, cyber security, and how to resist the ever-evolving technological threats of the modern world.
Nuix and Serco NA partner to score prizewinning results in US Navy AI Automation Challenge
Global software company Nuix today announced that alongside partner, Serco Inc, that it was a winner in the US Navy's Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) Automation Challenge sponsored by the US Navy Office of Naval Research. In an increasingly tense geopolitical environment, managing the various types and volumes of classified information correctly protects the integrity and confidentiality of the information they contain.
BSI partners with Nuix to strengthen global footprint in cybersecurity and data management
03, February 2022, London, UK – Today a partnership between BSI the business improvement and standards company, and Nuix, a provider of investigative analytics and intelligence software, will help corporations detect and protect against data breaches and fraudulent behavior – gathering, processing, interpreting and securing evidence to keep organizations safe.
Hear from the world’s leading security, financial and government agencies on how partnering with Nuix has made the difference.
Vodafone's United Kingdom head office needed a more efficient way to conduct internal investigations and litigation matters. The digital investigation team installed a range of Nuix investigation and…
Building efficiency for internal investigations
South West Regional Cyber Crime Unit created Nuix Bitcoin Extractor, a scripting tool that extracts cryptocurrency keys and wallets from seized digital evidence. Find out how Nuix made it possible.
£20 Million cryptocurrency theft investigation
A US Federal Government agency needed a legal discovery and investigation solution that would allow it to quickly process large cases, often with evidence from multiple devices.
Processing Capabilities at the core
Police Scotland reduced the time it took officers to complete a forensic analysis by 50% and cut digital forensic processing time by 60%. Find out how Nuix made it possible.
A global pharmaceutical company was in the process of divesting a subsidiary when it found the subsidiary’s data centers housed some of the parent company’s intellectual property.
Rescued intellectual property before divestiture
Nuix partner and eDiscovery firm Discovia was working with a large corporation that was selling off a part of its business. As part of the divestiture, Discovia’s client needed to ensure that the…
Processed and searched over 19 terabytes of data within days
The Bailiwick of Guernsey has become a key transit point for global financial transactions. Effectively policing the financial services industry requires broad visibility into and rapid analysis of…
Staying ahead in data processing of fraud cases
Two government reviews of digital records management forced a UK government agency to take a hard look at how it stored, used, and managed its data.
Finding the needle in the haystack made easy
eDisclosure and digital forensics specialist CYFOR was providing eDiscovery services to a law firm on a large litigation involving more than 250 custodians across 10 locations. CYFOR was using Nuix …
Saving time with instantly accessible data
Protecting the United Kingdom’s consumers and businesses against online scams requires investigations into large volumes of digital evidence. The National Trading Standards eCrime Team replaced old-…
Upgrading with Nuix to fight online scams
The UK's National Crime Agency (NCA) leads the nation's fight against serious and organized crime. In that mission, it sought technology that could keep pace with its workload to bring criminals to…
The secret weapon against cybercrime
The leak of more than 2.5 million confidential files to the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) exposed the previously secret offshore financial activities of over 120,000…
The Panama Papers: Analyzing the largest data leak ever
A global development company investigating alleged misconduct found answers within hours searching across 3 TB of data. Find out how Nuix made it possible.
Found Answers within Hours
A global consulting firm had an urgent early case assessment project with a catch: The data in question could not leave the premises of one of its offices.
Processing and anaylzing gigabytes of data from a single laptop
A US Federal Government agency faced major challenges in reviewing digital evidence and turned to Nuix to resolve these issues.