Compare OpenText eDiscovery vs. Recommind Axcelerate eDiscovery

OpenText eDiscovery is ranked 2nd in eDiscovery with 4 reviews while Recommind Axcelerate eDiscovery is ranked 7th in eDiscovery. OpenText eDiscovery is rated 7.6, while Recommind Axcelerate eDiscovery is rated 0. The top reviewer of OpenText eDiscovery writes "It is used as a forensic tool and End point Security that takes an image, extracts the data and then analyzes the keyword search besides providing Security for the Enterprise network". On the other hand, OpenText eDiscovery is most compared with AccessData FTK, Nuix eDiscovery and Tanium, whereas Recommind Axcelerate eDiscovery is most compared with kCura Relativity, OpenText eDiscovery and Nuix eDiscovery.
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EnCase Endpoint Security enables earlier detection, faster decisions and unprecedented threat response. Real-time continuous monitoring and newly integrated threat intelligence instantly analyzes and responds to would-be threats. Redefining the user experience with its redesigned user interface that is deliberate and intended to enhance the security users' end-to-end experience. Enriched and contextualized endpoint data, reported as Threat Scores, allow users to quickly focus on suspicious activities without analyzing all telemetry. It Create events, collect endpoint data, initiate scans, remediate, and more from third party security tools using open APIs.

Recommind Axcelerate eDiscovery empowers legal teams to identify the facts that matter for litigation, compliance, and governance. It Quickly find the facts, relationships, and documents that make or break your case - to make better decisions, sooner. Review only what you need to, smarter and more accurately, with powerful tools to minimize irrelevant content and visualize success across your portfolio, with total visibility into your data, processes, workflows, and efficiency.
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Ontario Ministry of Government, Aerospace Company, Chesterfield Police DepartmentGray Plant Mooty, DLA Piper Germany, Stinson Leonard Street LLP
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Software R&D Company25%
Manufacturing Company12%
Security Firm12%
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