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Cyxtera Extends Power of Brainspace Augmented Intelligence Platform

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A recent press release reports, “Cyxtera Technologies, the secure infrastructure company, today announced the latest availability of its Brainspace augmented intelligence platform, which empowers organizations to make smarter, faster, and more informed decisions. This release expands the capabilities of the platform’s most utilized feature, Continuous Multimodal Learning (CMML), with portable, predictive models that can dramatically accelerate security investigations and the e-discovery process. Additionally, Brainspace’s new Native File Analysis feature enables organizations to determine whether allegations have substance in mere hours, increasing analyst productivity dramatically while expediting and improving the accuracy of investigative decisions.”

The release goes on, “Brainspace’s CMML enables users to preserve their case knowledge and decisions in the form of a predictive model with minimal effort. The new Portable Learning feature now enables those predictive models to be seamlessly transferred to other similar matters. This automatically presents high-value data without any upfront user input and shortens the investigative process. In addition, new Targeted Learning allows users to easily omit low-value data and target the most relevant data to be included in the machine learning process. Brainspace also now offers Native File Analysis which enables customers to quickly extract metadata and unstructured text from native documents.  Users can further expedite investigations or early data analysis by connecting directly to native files stored on the network, personal computers, or mobile devices to quickly identify high-value information.”

Read more at PR Newswire.

Photo credit: Cyxtera

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