As technology has changed through the years, so has the manner in which people communicate and share information. If you want to learn how to do something, where to vacation, or just stay in tune with what is going on in the world, a Smartphone, tablet, or computer are all within reach to help you find that information. Slow, dial-up Internet connectivity is a thing of the past and fast, high-speed Internet connectivity is now!
With the popularity of social media, e-mail, digital photography, document sharing, and other forms of electronic communication, people leave a trail of digital footprints every day. These digital artifacts provide clues about an individual’s identity and activities and can prove to be critical during a number of situations businesses – and individuals – often face. Digital forensics, e-discovery, and data recovery services can be utilized in civil litigation, divorce, business law, intellectual property theft, employee misuse, or business operational matters.