A member of a Canadian police agency attests, 'Using Intella, it took 17 minutes to find the smoking gun in a murder case.'
Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) August 31, 2013
From September 8-11, the High Technology Crime Investigation Association’s annual conference in Summerlin, NV will bring together professional investigators and leading technology experts to grow and share knowledge on issues related to computer forensics and cybercrime. The conference features a potent combination of authoritative lectures, hands-on lab sessions and knowledge-sharing. The HTCIA conference always plays a key roll in ensuring that Intella meets the distinctive needs of the wide range of investigations undertaken by local and international HTCIA members.
New Products to Showcase
With the release of Intella 1.7, Vound is introducing a new product, Intella Connect, that offers an advanced browser based interface with a focus on ease of use, case collaboration and simplicity of delivery to investigators for searching cases. Intella Connect was designed to be hosted right on your own network and does not require the investigators to install any software.
Produced in Collaboration with Clients
Peter Mercer, Founder and CTO of Vound, says, “We are able to deliver superior products by listening to our customers and developing our software to their requirements. Ease of use and improving our users’ productivity has always been our mantra. Many of our customers report greater case loads and larger case sizes. By developing our software to intelligently simplify the complex task of computer forensics we can enable quality results for law enforcement professionals of all technological skill levels.”
Proven Effective in the Field
Recognizing the power of Vound’s flagship software, a law enforcement agency in the European Union supplies Intella to detectives so that they can personally review case emails and electronic files under investigation.
Generates Fast Results
Intella enables law enforcement professionals, worldwide, to find what they need faster than ever before. In fact, investigators have reported up to an 80% increase in productivity.