When users need a SafeCopy license for a new project, Nomad can be downloaded to the collection drive and sent out to the client. Once the job is finished, Nomad can be reactivated for future projects. Never before has advanced electronic discovery file collection been so easy!
Murray, NE (PRWEB) December 13, 2008
Pinpoint Labs, a forensics software developer and litigation support firm, today announced the release of the latest addition to its SafeCopy family of forensic software - SafeCopy 2 Nomad Edition. This new version is completely portable, making it the perfect choice for distributing to clients for one time or short term projects. Since there are no USB drives or software to track or return, it is the most hassle-free way to collect and preserve electronic discovery files.
SafeCopy 2 Nomad (SC2NE) lives up to its name as it can be downloaded and transferred to external hard drives, flash drives, or desktop computers, providing a temporary SC2NE license. When the project is finished, Nomad can be deactivated and installed again on another drive. Now SC2NE users can easily perform collections across the street or across the world.
The goal of any electronic discovery collection is to preserve and collect files while keeping the chain of custody intact. In keeping with best practices for preserving and collecting data, Pinpoint Labs designed SC2NE to easily gather files with minimal impact on client systems.
As President of Pinpoint Labs and Certified Computer Examiner (CCE) Jon Rowe noted, "When users need a SafeCopy license for a new project, Nomad can be downloaded to the collection drive and sent out to the client. Once the job is finished, Nomad can be reactivated for future projects. Never before has advanced electronic discovery file collection been so easy!"
For more information about SafeCopy 2 Nomad Edition, please go to http://www.pinpointlabs.com.
About Pinpoint Labs
Pinpoint Labs was founded by Jon Rowe and James Beasley, who are Certified Computer Examiners and members of The International Society of Forensic Computer Examiners. Their experience includes 15 years of litigation support and more than two decades in software development. Their website hosts a number of freeware utilities for use by the forensic community. Check out Pinpoint Labs at http://www.pinpointlabs.com to see the latest offers.