All posts by: 4Discovery

Preserve Data Quickly Nearly everyone is using a smartphone and is gathering mass amounts of data on them. However, no one is willing to part with their beloved iPhone or Android for a day, let alone multiple days. The same...
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4Discovery is pleased to announce that it is expanding its office locations and adding two members to its forensic operation team. The organization’s growth centers around an upgraded location in downtown Chicago, a new state-of-the-art office in Nashville, and the...
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4Discovery, a digital forensics firm, is pleased to announce that Inc. magazine has included them in their ranking for the 5000 fastest-growing privately-owned companies in the United States for the second year in a row. Previous members of the Inc....
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4Discovery is pleased to announce the hiring of Denise B. Bach and Colin Lerch. Bach and Lerch join as the firm’s newest business development manager and account manager, respectively, and are focused on servicing the legal industry with the highest...
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Chicago-based digital forensics firm 4Discovery announced that they have been selected as a vendor for the Illinois Public Higher Education Cooperative, “IPHEC”.  The selection was awarded under solicitation IPHEC2110 to provide Incident Response, Security Assessment, & Digital Forensic Services for...
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Few could have predicted how the events of 2020 unfolded, but we see what will have a lasting impact going into next year. 4Discovery has been advantageous in witnessing how the global and domestic events have shifted the legal industry...
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Inc. magazine today revealed that 4Discovery is No. 2,971 on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the American economy’s...
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Tragedy usually leads to two questions: ‘Why?’ and ‘How?’ Finding the answers to these questions can serve a range of purposes. There’s the human nature element of the grieving process and seeking to find closure. There’s also a focus on...
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The Beer Store has been around for almost a century with origins dating back to 1927. It’s one of the largest beer distributors in Canada serving customers more than 800 beer brands, in over 450 retail stores, from 200 brewers...
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The business impact of COVID-19 has and will far outweigh the financial crisis of 2008, and is changing on a daily basis. Massive changes in the economy, government regulations, and social dynamics have impacted almost every industry in Q1 of...
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