Collections

The collection of data within discovery has been historically referred to going to a client site and imaging a computer hard drive for later analysis, but collections can be from a wide variety of storage devices and performed in a wide variety of ways to differing levels. At SullivanStrickler we collect data in a wide variety of manners and from a multitude of different storage mediums.

  1. From hard drives - Locally using traditional methods of collecting live data, deleted data and data in unallocated sectors. Remotely using imaging software that is given access to the network by the client and can therefore be done all over the world without the cost of travel.
  2. From tape or optical devices - At our site or yours with our equipment and software, collecting header scan detail, server scan detail, file listings or complete content data.
  3. From message or file archives like Sharepoint or Enterprise Vault - Locally using traditional methods of collecting live data, deleted data and data in unallocated sectors. Remotely using imaging software that is given access to the network by the client and can therefore be done all over the world without the cost of travel.
  4. From other mediums - Such as blackberry's, iPhones, flash memory, Camera/Video, DVD/CD, Printer memory and more

Upon the collection of data we rapidly offer our clients the opportunity to learn about what relevant information has been collected and depending upon media source we can offer further culling & searching services, or provide the portals to conduct these analytics themselves.

Our pricing is very competitive and our methods are very flexible.

Contact us today to learn more