Searching and identifying relevant content is a common process for both electronic discovery and computer forensic investigations. But some people don’t realize the challenges associated with indexing hundreds, or even thousands, of different file types and data structures. Mapping the data landscape may not immediately indicate where the textual “treasure” is located. Twenty years ago, full text searching was pretty simple. We usually had transcripts, and eventually optical character recognition (OCR) that was pretty straightforward to use (except for the less-than-perfect OCR results).
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