The exhibit hall at the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference had a number of new and enhanced products for legal professionals
At the Computer and Enterprise Investigations Conference in Orlando, Fla., a number of vendors in computer forensics, cybersecurity, and e-discovery released new products, which make CEIC an annual e
...the Scanjet booted up, it received an IP address via Dynamic Host Control Protocol (DHCP), which made the device's Embedded Web Server (EWS...
...100 mbps LAN to index. Octane's Location Manager discovered all the hosts and network shares (CIFS, NFS) on my network. If you have a...
...to the existing single and dual-channel SCSI interfaces (Ultra 320 SCSI Host Adapters). Fedora Linux operates the chassis and provides a console...
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