I don't often post about the work I do with Ocean Systems, but that doesn't mean I'm not really proud of it. Thought I'd share this recorded webinar to give you a peek at some of the things we've been up to. Embedded video after the break. Cheers my friends.

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Whew. Took a little doing, but this week I was able to bring back a few social features we had in the past, and add a few new ones. Hope our members find them helpful. All the best my friends!

(Brief video overview of the new features is embedded after the break - click Read More if not viewing full post)

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You don't need to own a Ring device, and no subscription fees for just their neighborhood service. See alerts from Ring users in whatever size area you'd like. View a newsfeed for your area or a map, and customize your alerts. Three suspicious events reported within a 3 mile radius from me within the last month, and one crime at a Ring user's next-door neighbor.

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Stumbled on a blog post today about this topic, which is worth the read IMHO - "Why I moved away from FOSS as my main toolset". The author, whom I first met when he was a student in a LEVA Level 1 and/or 2 class I was teaching the better part of 10 years ago, raises some valid points about leveraging FOSS in DME workflows; training, support and documenting FOSS tools being the points I agree with. To that end, keep your eyes & ears open for news about professional training & support for FOSS solutions related to DME.

With that said, I'm going to make a few comments and pose a few questions to the community based on the above post, so if you haven't read it...the rest of this post is probably moot.

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Pirated software is not something most digital forensic examiners would consider as an option when processing case work, whether they’re certified in their area of expertise or just starting out in their discipline. That’s what I believe, anyway.

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