Nuix Workstation

Nuix Workstation Reviews

by Nuix

Processing speed is impressive and interface is easy to manipulate

Reviewed on 13/06/2017
Janet H.
EDiscovery Analyst
Pharmaceuticals, 501-1,000 Employees
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source 
5/5
Overall
4/5
Ease of Use
4/5
Features & Functionality
4/5
Customer Support
3/5
Value for Money
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Comments: Make the data processing easy, the best data processing tools that I have ever used. (Not comparing the processing features of relativity.

Pros: The data processing speed is very impressive and you can make sets and subsets of the data you process. User friendly interface and can identify all different types of data

Cons: The price of this software is a bit pricy. If the setup of the machine is not in the best architect, the speed will be highly affected

I use NUIX Workstation professionally for extracting and sifting large amounts of unstructured data.

Reviewed on 11/07/2018
Verified Reviewer
Forensic IT specialist
Used the Software for: 2+ years
Reviewer Source 
4/5
Overall
2/5
Ease of Use
4/5
Features & Functionality
5/5
Customer Support
4/5
Value for Money
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Comments: Very fast processing and indexing of large amonts of data

Pros: NUIX processes large amounts (Terabytes) of unstructured data very fast. It handles most forensic image types, including phone dumps from XRY and Cellebrite. It OCR's PDF's and other image types.
Datasifting based on a list of searchterms is a breeze, with the "search and tag" function. It has all the possibilities from a review platform, for finding the needle in the hay stack. No matter the size of your hay stack.
It's written in JAVA and runs on Windows, MacOSX and GNU Linux distro's.
Scripting can be done in Python.
The support (at least in NL) is great. Not only in the sales / implementation phase, but certainly also when using the platform.

Cons: The NUIX interface can be overwhelming in the beginning and a starters course is adviced.
NUIX needs very powerful hardware if you run big cases, with an emphasis on I/O speed.
It's written in JAVA and you have to manage the use of memory yourself.