To most of its users, Relativity is a review tool for use in litigation or regulatory investigations. It is robust, does its job well, is well supported and, with the launch of its new interface, Aero UI, is user-friendly and easy to work with.
There are layers beyond that, however, which most users are not directly concerned with. Relativity Trace, for example, is a compliance and monitoring tool built on Relativity which diverts its functionality to a more proactive role.
Beyond that is a further layer which most users take for granted, but which matters very much to their administrators and clients. That is the implementation of security protection, keeping data safe against threats from outside or within. Relativity has thrown a great deal of resource at security in the last few years, both in terms of development and in the number of people employed with that function.
That has been recognised in two developments in the last few days. One is the attainment of FedRAMP Authorisation for RelativityOne Government, and the other is Relativity’s membership of the Microsoft Intelligent Security Association. Continue reading