Complimentary FTK 6.0 Product Webinar

Date: Wednesday December 9th 2015
Time: 14:00 EST / 19:00 GMT

Registration: https://accessdata.webex.com/accessdata/onstage/g.php?MTID=e7231e92e9c1a01bac5087437b74f077e

Presenter: Mark Stringer, Manager of the ACE (AccessData Certified Examiner) Program and Senior Instructor at Syntricate

Join us for a complimentary webinar with AccessData where you will be able to see a demonstration of all the FTK 6.0 product features. Just a few of the exciting features you can expect to see:

– Multi-Language Optical Character Recognition (OCR). Expand to other languages with the ability to choose which language before converting images to readable text. Further enhancements and bug fixes are also included.


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– FTK® Web Viewer, Powered by Summation®. As evidence is being identified (in the field or lab) the prosecutor’s office or other teams now have instant access.- Easy Button for Processing. Easier and faster processing with predefined, one-click command options. With the new FTK processing options (e.g., e-discovery processing, forensic processing, etc.) simply click the “button” based on how you want to process the evidence.

– Volume Shadow Copy. Reliance on third-party software or manual methods is no longer needed; quickly identify and extract information from the Windows® shadow system files or set up directly within FTK.

– Other enhancements include: Searching across multiple cases simultaneously, Windows 10 support and more!

Register now at https://accessdata.webex.com/accessdata/onstage/g.php?MTID=e7231e92e9c1a01bac5087437b74f077e

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