E-discovery companies Relativity and X1 are looking to bolster remote collection capabilities, announcing today the integration of cloud-based RelativityOne Collect with the X1 Enterprise Platform. The integration allows for more targeted collection capabilities from remote devices within X1’s platform, regardless of whether that data is stored locally on a device or in the cloud. The data can then be transferred more easily to RelativityOne for review and other e-discovery tasks.

X1 and Relativity have had partnerships with their tools in the past, but the new integration allows for all-in-one e-discovery capabilities without having to transfer data between platforms and systems, noted X1 CEO Craig Carpenter. When data is uploaded to RelativityOne, the integration allows for X1′s collection capabilities to sit on top of RelativityOne infrastructure, so users “can remotely grab the stuff that’s actually relevant and pull it straight into a RelativityOne workspace, and do whatever you want with it.”

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