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Oliver Group expands its services to include remote data collection from mobile devices

Nov. 4, 2016 The Oliver Group (TOG), an internationally recognized leader in on-site electronic discovery, data acquisition, forensics, media restoration and data conversion services, announces expanded service offerings related to remote collections of mobile phones, tablets and other portable devices

The need for the ability to forensically collect data from cell phones, tablets and other mobile devices remotely has become a frequent requirement in the litigation support field. Client cost concerns, timelines and busy custodian schedules allow TOG to approach remote forensic data collection of mobile devices from multiple custodians across several locations, one-off custodians, or those in very remote locations, in an effort to minimize the impact of travel expenses on a project.

TOG’s remote collection process is performed by highly qualified TOG Experts using a self-contained mobile kit including necessary technology equipped with mobile phone forensic collection capabilities. Once the kit is connected to the network, the custodian, IT or approved representative will plug the mobile device into the kit utilizing the cabling provided by TOG., TOG expert performs the collection via a remote session. TOG’s remote collection methodology can be used for the creation of full forensic images or the acquisition of targeted data sets using the same defensible solutions employed for on-site collections.

“The high demand of remote collections of Apple devices like iPhones, iPads as well as Samsung Galaxies, and other phones and tablets, has allowed us to seamlessly provide remote and forensic mobile phone eDiscovery services efficiently with the same defensible approach our clients have become accustomed to over the last 19 years.” – Dean M. Felicetti – Partner/Licensed Private Investigator

About The Oliver Group

The Oliver Group is an independently owned, internationally recognized leader in electronic discovery and compliance related services. TOG provides expert services in data acquisition, forensic analysis, media/tape restoration, and electronic discovery consulting and processing. Our consultative approach, flexible solutions, expert personnel, and defensible processes have led to our clients turning to us for highly complex, large volume and company critical matters. We provide our services on a global basis from our US headquarters in Connecticut and our European Union office in London. Our services provide unique value across segments and are packaged for corporations, law firms, and our channel partner network. For more than a decade, The Oliver Group has effectively managed some of the most significant litigation and compliance matters around the world.

 

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