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Dell Announces CSI-style Digital Forensics Service

Dell, looking to further it's $15 billion dollar business to the public sector, announces it will offer a Digital Forensics Service based on specific computer hardware and software. Looks like Michael Dell is ready to film CSI: Texas with their new Forensics unit.

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July 08, 2009

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Dell's Forensics Service, based on a partnership with Intel, provides police with a helpful set of tools to help analyze crime scenes, gather more specific evidence and track data in a self-hosted environment.  With this set of forensic tools, Dell hopes to help police use computer technology to gain more convictions and probably less cases thrown out of court for gathering faulty criminal evidence.

So, for those of you that may be walking the thin-line of the law, next time you get booked you'll be able to say, "Dude, I got caught by Dell!"

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