Quin-C for forensic investigators—follow the simple path for the latest release

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Harsh Behl, Director of Product Management at AccessData

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Is this love? And are you dreaming of easier and more powerful investigations with Quin-C for investigators? The latest release of Quin-C for investigators leads you down a simpler path for better, easier and more powerful results. A simplified interface that is preconfigured to guide the specific workflow of forensic investigators, along with new processing, review and analysis capabilities will leave you in a dream state. This webinar will make you fall in love with the new features in Quin-C for investigators, including: • Prebuilt forensic workflow—Get fast access to a familiar file-tree structure that includes predefined filters, keyword search and timeline analysis in every view. • Similar face/image detection—Find pictures of similar faces or images in a case without running facial recognition or image recognition processing jobs. • Mobile data review and chat application analysis—Easily review UFDRs, XRY case files, emails and chat messages, with chats shown from the target subject’s point of view, in context. • Timeline analysis—Zoom in on evidence by day or time—the new interface includes a timeline in every view. At the case level, click to get a grid view of all evidence associated with a chosen point; improved results reflect every filter and search parameter.

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Whether it’s for investigation, litigation or compliance, AccessData® offers industry-leading solutions that put the power of forensics in your hands. For over 30 years, AccessData has worked with more than 130,000 clients in law enforcement, government agencies, corporations and law firms around the world to understand and focus on their unique collection-to-analysis needs. The result? Products that empower faster results, better insights, and more connectivity. For more information, visit www.accessdata.com