• June 11, 2013
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kCura unveils new version of its e-discovery platform

kCura reports highlights of Relativity 8 include enhancements to the following:

Performance—Significant changes to search architecture decrease index build times by up to 70 percent and can return search results up to 20 times faster. Additionally, backend structural improvements have increased doc-to-doc loads while reducing server utilization.

Relativity Analytics—E-mail threading, near-duplicate detection, language identification and automatic detection of repeated content help users build high-quality analytics indexes.

Relativity Assisted Review—More flexibility to Assisted Review allows customers to use previously coded documents as a seed set and provide the option to use a control set in projects to calculate precision, recall and F1. Management of Assisted Review projects is made easier with more automation, and real-time review and system status.

Usability—A new Favorites feature changes the way users can navigate within Relativity. An overhauled image viewer is said to be easier to use, more fluid and includes new redactions capabilities, including full-page and inverse redactions. New two-factor authentication and better Active Directory integration provide more options for secure authorization of Relativity users.

Relativity Processing—EnCase Logical Evidence Files (L01) can be processed directly into Relativity, and a new password bank automatically decrypts files for processing and imaging.

Platform—Unified API interfaces provide developers with a more consistent experience.

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