QDiscovery QMobile App Wins Innovation Award

QDiscovery’s QMobile is winner of a 2017 Relativity Innovation Award.  Presented at Relativity Fest, the Innovation Award celebrates organizations that create apps or integrations that extend the functionality of Relativity’s eDiscovery software.   Our development team created an application that makes the analysis of mobile collections much more manageable.  Relativity users can now produce and review mobile device data in Relativity just like they do other ESI.  Searching and analyzing enormous data sets from mobile devices, even emojis, just became easier. Read about QMobile Insight here.  QMobile is the bridge between mobile device data collection and your review platform. It connects the two seamlessly so you can review mobile data as easily as the custodian created it. Custom scripts, created by our forensics experts, process data in a way that allows us to create load files that easily import into Relativity or other review platforms. And we took it a step further, creating custom dashboards and views in Relativity that make the data user-friendly. Identify and follow conversations as they move between mobile communication platforms. Text, phone numbers and recipient information are all extracted and standardized so searches can be performed across all fields with results grouped and sorted however the user chooses to review. Messages can be redacted and produced the same way as non-mobile data.

Mobile devices contain a wealth of information that may be relevant to your litigation or investigation. Until now, reviewing that information has been cumbersome and challenging. Spreadsheets and PDF reports don’t show full communications, who is involved or how communications flow between channels. Not to mention these reports are virtually useless in Relativity or other review platforms your team uses.

Bottom line, review and production of mobile device data required a lot of manual work by lit support and attorneys to analyze and produce the data needed for litigation or an investigation.

 

 

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