Monolith Forensics, a digital forensics case management technology provider, has released version 3.0 of its Monolith case management platform. The new release includes the ability to restrict access to cases and evidence, updates to the user interface, and a revamped case file system.
The redesigned user permissions in Monolith 3.0 provides better control of access to case and evidence data. Non-administrator users now need to be assigned to a specific case by an administrator in order to view a case or its evidence. In addition, administrators have access to a new dropdown to quickly switch views between their own cases and evidence and all cases and evidence. These changes will help all users more easily manage their caseload so they can focus on the cases that they are assigned to.
The 3.0 release also features updates to the user interface. New tables and grids within the platform have been designed with pagination for better performance. A query filter system has been added to all major grids and tables within the platform, so users can easily search for and view the data they want to see.
Monolith 3.0 implements a new case file system to help users better organize files inside the platform. Files can be uploaded and managed in a file browser within each case, enabling users to create folders move files around as needed. Entire folders can now be dropped into the file browser, and the platform will upload all the files and maintain the folder structure. Additionally, the system’s new file upload manager allows users to upload files in the background while continuing to navigate and use other areas of the platform.
For more information or to request a free 30-day trial of Monolith, visit monolithforensics.com.
About Monolith Forensics
Monolith is a lab management & productivity tool for digital forensics labs and teams. Monolith is used by law enforcement, eDiscovery, and companies across the globe to manage and run their digital forensics teams.