Category Archives: Audio discovery

Nuix webinar on 1 March: bridging the gap between mobile and computer forensics

Almost any kind of investigation involves pulling information from multiple sources. Police investigating a crime, journalists following a lead, academics drafting a paper – all of these require examination of different types of source. The sources multiply in criminal, legal … Continue reading

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Discovery of video and audio: Ian Campbell demonstrates with iCONECT-XERA

Video turns up twice in this short story, once as the subject of an interview and once as the medium by which the interview is given. Let’s take the presentation medium first. What we have here is Bill Hamilton of the … Continue reading

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FTI Technology: going beyond the reactive and compliance uses for audio evidence

I wrote recently about FTI’s technology for managing social media and audio, drawing attention to the role which technology plays not only in reactive eDiscovery but in compliance, particularly where companies are under a regulatory obligation to keep such data … Continue reading

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