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E-Discovery With Mac Computers
PowerSearch is now accessible to Mac users, as well as those working with Linux, Solaris, and Windows operating systems
Girts Jansons, President of Datassimilate Systems Inc. says: “PowerSearch always worked well on PCs, but other platforms also represent a significant market share. Recognizing the popularity of the Mac platform and that some larger firms run multiple systems, we decided to focus on assuring that PowerSearch works well on operating systems running Virtual Machine environments. When paired with a Mac, Linux, Solaris, or X86 host, the virtual drive allows the user to move easily from one system to the other.
Our value proposition is accelerating workflow so we understand how important it is to be able to move quickly from task to task. We exist to make it easier for law firms and their clients to find and access the critical information that will help them win cases quickly, by providing an efficient means of searching for and collecting the data required. Fully supporting our Mac using customers is an important part of client service.
PowerSearch has been tested and will run on VMware Fusion for Mac running a Windows operating system in an isolated mode. Oracle's VirtualBox allows PowerSearch to run on Mac as well as Linux, Solaris, or X86 host.
Bottom line is that any Operating System running a Virtual Machine with Windows in a isolated mode can use PowerSearch for E-Discovery Early Case Assessment and collection.”
PowerSearch Software (www.powersearchsoftware.com) is the leading developer of affordable and uncomplicated search and collection technologies for legal and records management industries. PowerSearch Standard version is free to deploy. The company is headquartered in Toronto, Canada.
About DATAssimilate Systems Inc.
DATAssimilate Systems Inc. was established in Canada in the mid 1990’s and is a leading developer of highly intelligent software tools for searching, managing, processing, and distributing data for law firms, corporate legal departments and government agencies.