StoredIQ Upgrades eDiscovery Appliance

StoredIQ's next-generation, portable appliance provides eDiscovery solution

November 14, 2007

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AUSTIN, Texas -- StoredIQ, Inc., a leading provider of enterprise-class Intelligent Information Management solutions, today released a next generation portable eDiscovery appliance designed for StoredIQs eDiscovery Solution Partners to provide onsite data topology mapping, data collection and data filtering services with back-office eDiscovery processing performance.

"We often work on very time and content sensitive eDiscovery projects, and data often cannot leave the clients' site," said Bob Little, vice president of marketing at RenewData. "When utilized by our team of eDiscovery experts, StoredIQ's new portable appliance can help save crucial time during these types of projects."

Key features of the new StoredIQ portable appliance include:

  • Ruggedized construction allowing for constant travel.

  • Two Quad-Core Intel® Xeon® processors for back-office class performance.

  • Six 750GB removable hard drives to facilitate high-speed data collection to internal drives. The removable hard drives also allow for preservation of work product while allowing the portable appliance to be transported directly to the next engagement.

  • Rolling production support allows eDiscovery teams performing large collections to output native files for attorney review as files are actively being harvested.

  • Parallel workstation collection allows for multiple desktops, laptops and workstations to be collected simultaneously, reducing collection time. This new feature includes the ability to provide flow control capabilities to constrain the workload on a desktop, decreasing the likelihood a custodian will notice their desktop is being collected.

  • Pre-collection preview allows legal professionals to verify the accuracy of the targeted data prior to collection or filtering or post-filtering prior to production.

“A portable eDiscovery appliance, such as the one from StoredIQ, is extremely beneficial when organizations have to respond quickly and produce all potentially relevant electronically stored information in preparation for a Rule 16 Scheduling Conference or a Rule 26(f) Meet and Confer,” says Vivian Tero, Senior Research Analyst of Compliance at IDC.StoredIQ Corp.

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