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Congrats Heureka Software, for the new release!

Hello everyone, Recently I did an article on using fingerprints from DataGravity inside of the Heureka software to prove something exists or not.  Which is a pretty cool thing since you can use the file fingerprint from Heureka or DataGravity

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Finding hidden things!

Hi there, An interesting talk with one of my co-workers – a sales SE, got me thinking about this subject and I realized others would be interested so I figured to share it out. It started with a customer who

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Why is file content not indexed in DataGravity Searches?

Hi all, Someone was asking me questions around why file contents were not indexed.  Which means the file could be found if you search for it by name, but not if you search for it by contents.  The background is

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Use fingerprints to prove something doesn’t exist!

I remember when I first saw fingerprints.  Several people mentioned them as if they were just another thing.  I knew they were not, and I knew they were special.  In my What’s New in 2.2 article I mentioned how you

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DataGravity Discovery Series v2.2

This is a big release.  Work on it has been underway for a while.  I am happy to finally be able to share information about it with you.  Here is my list of what is new! Fingerprints Yes, every file

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Looking for a document author in DataGravity search?

I was asked by someone about how to search for a document author, rather then owner.  This is pretty cool in the v2.1 of our DataGravity software. Check it out: You can see above that I just typed in: author:

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What’s New in DataGravity Discovery Series V2?

Hello all, I was rereading my article from yesterday on the Log Insight Content Pack and of course I realized that the requirement of DataGravity array firmware v2 had nothing public on exactly what it was.  I had done a

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