Recommind's MindServer 5.0
Recommind has launched a new version of its popular MindServer platform, which includes new e-discovery functionality that enables enterprises to quickly and easily locate electronically stored information (ESI) that must be preserved for ongoing or anticipated litigation.
The company says MindServer 5.0 is able to quickly identify and find potentially relevant and responsive information within the enterprise that must be preserved as part of a litigation hold, a requirement of any legal proceeding. Further, Recommind reports, in many enterprise environments, the MindServer platform itself can lock down any document or other piece of information returned in a search query. Otherwise, MindServer 5.0 is able to pass the result set from any query to a separate application, such as a content management system or database, for immediate litigation hold lock-down. MindServer 5.0 also supports multiselection filters within the user interface, a prerequisite for the highly comprehensive and detailed searches needed for effective litigation hold.
Recommind adds that the platform's improved APIs enable knowledge and content management, e-mail archiving and e-discovery system vendors to incorporate Recommind's enterprise search functionality into their products.
MindServer 5.0 also incorporates significant improvements to search relevancy and ease of use, delivers even faster query performance, simplifies integration with Microsoft SharePoint portal server and other existing systems and provides enhanced reporting capabilities. Some of these features include:
- a significant increase in indexing performance;
- customized connectors for document and knowledge-management products from vendors such as EMC/Documentum, LexisNexis and Microsoft;
- support for 64-bit hardware; and;
- higher scalability that supports search parameters across terabytes of information.
Recommind MindServer 5.0 is available immediately.