Nuix 4.2 delivers rich processing, search and analytics features for eDiscovery
We use Nuix for processing electronic data and for executing eDiscovery Plans agreed by parties under Part V of the Singapore Practice Directions ("Part V eDiscovery Plans") .
When we have conducted processing and search benchmarks, we found the patented Nuix indexing engine could process faster than any other technology and handle more document types – more than 350 formats in total. Nuix's forensic abilities, such as searching deleted data, make it great for finding evidence that someone has deliberately tried to hide. So far, our experience has borne out Nuix's claim that its software can find and index the data other technologies can’t.
The data analytics features in Nuix are most useful in scenarios where we know little about a computer or data source except that it may contain evidence of wrongdoing. These analytic features include the ability to identify names of all companies the suspect had dealings with and to present a network diagram of all individuals the suspect exchanged emails with, within a certain period, about a certain subject. They provide rapid insights into the evidence which help lawyers and their clients make informed decisions (to sue or not to sue), and save time and money.
Nuix's features which are very suited for executing Part V eDiscovery Plans include :
Using techniques such as network diagrams and timelines, eDiscovery professionals and investigators can see connections and flows of information between suspects or custodians. This can help quickly narrow down dates, data sources and people to examine in greater depth. Alternatively, it may reveal information gaps that warrant further investigation.