Cicayda Enhances Forensic Data Collection Services with eCloudCollect
Cicayda partners with Cumulus Data to deliver ESI collection services of web-based and remote data sources.
eCloudCollect is a SaaS platform that performs secure and defensible data collections in a forensically sound manner without business interruption. It collects ESI from all webmail, Exchange, IMAP and POP3 accounts and targeted collections from remote desktops, networks and the Amazon cloud (AWS) and preserves collections in the cloud or to an encrypted physical device, eliminating size and bandwidth constraints. The introduction of cloud-based and remote data collection services on demand will significantly enhance Cicayda’s access to multiple sources of client data and enable them to release data for review more quickly than traditional collection methods.
“We have tested and used eCloudCollect in a variety of client situations, and found it to be exceptional”
eCloudCollect allows Cicayda to remotely view the custodian’s computer, network and cloud storage from a web browser, eliminating the need for on-site travel and allowing their Clients to make informed decisions based on possible size, bandwidth and time constraints and get their data faster with the peace of mind that their collections are forensically sound and defensible.
“Cumulus Data is excited to partner with Cicayda to offer the next generation of eDiscovery .” said Sarah Thompson (nee Sims), VP of Product Management. “This partnership will provide give our customers a competitive edge that will allow them to harness today’s cutting edge technology to help them win at a price that is both predictable and truly disruptive.”
To celebrate the newly-formed alliance and introduction of this new service, Cicayda is currently running a limited-time promotion offering free eCloudCollect collections to their clients when combined with other Cicayda eDiscovery services. For more information about free collection services, please contact Frankie Mohylsky, Frankie@cicayda.com.
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