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Release of Analyze 18.4
– Utilize the team power
December 21, 2018 Sara Ekberg

Release of Analyze 18.4
– Utilize the team power

2018 has been a year of many new innovations. Going into 2019, one main focus is to further develop solutions to facilitate collaboration and information sharing. In this last release of the year, we have pre-started by improving our collaboration server Analyze CS Operations with several updates.  

Griffeye Analyze CS Operations is built for multiple users to work on the same case and seamlessly share intelligence. Based on the feedback from our users we have now done several significant improvements and updates to the product. Two things that deserve extra mentioning is the new and improved file search along with the hash database engine that has been completely revamped to have positive impact on, for instance, the speed of matching and import processes.

In addition to these CS Operations targeted features, the 18.4 release also includes several bug fixes and quality improvements in both Analyze DI Pro and Analyze CS Enterprise.

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