Document review software should make it easy to index, search, review, analyze, and code documents, as well as produce responsive document sets that withhold privileged documents. With these criteria in mind, I took kCura Relativity 6.5 for a test drive.

Relativity is web-based software that uses web forms to customize the user interface and configure workflows that offer to fulfill specific document review requirements. It is built on a .NET architecture that includes Microsoft SQL Server; Internet Information Server; the Relativity Web Client, which is an ActiveX Control for Internet Explorer that helps reviewers see files without the application that created them; and the Relativity Desktop Client, which connects to Relativity via a web API to import and export documents and load files.

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