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  1. It would be convenient to be able to import identities from a JSON/XML. In a corporate environment for example, you may have numerous bulk email addresses (i.e. All-Staff type of emails). I'd like to be able to keep a JSON/XML of identities of all bulk addresses (could also be for lawyers or any other special categories) that I could import into Intella rather than having to enter all those manually. It could also be used to create a list of identities you are interested in for a specific case, although I appreciate that in this latter example, it might be just as easy to do that from the Identities interface in Intella rather than creating an XML to import into Intella. But for cases where you have identities that will cross cases (such as email addresses for bulk emails such as All-Staff and such), it would be very practical to be able to keep a living document of such identities that you can easily import into any case.
  2. Thanks to both of you for your response. I was speaking with a colleague of mine who deployed it in a similar environment that I will be deploying it, and he was able to deploy it on his older digital forensics tower PC. So that's encouraging that it can run without needing a server.
  3. Our shop currently uses Intella Pro + Review, but are looking to move to Intella Connect in order to have connectivity from remote office or when on the go (or working from home as many are doing currently). I know that two options are host it yourself or host it in the cloud (Azure, AWS). Personally I'd prefer to host in the cloud rather than have to worry about maintaining a system. I'm already busy and adding infrastructure support (security, backups, availability, patch management) would be quite taxing. By hosting in the cloud, some of that would be handled by the cloud provider. And I see that we could use a network dongle that would have to be hosted locally and available to Connect in the cloud, which is fine. Does anyone have experience hosting it in the cloud? If yes, what provider do you recommend? What setup (# of servers, RAM, cores, storage setup) do you recommend? As for hosting in-house, what hardware would you need to do that (if that's the route I'm required to go)? Do you need a few servers with a hardware RAID stored in a server rack in a proper server room (with adequate cooling)? Or are most hosting it on a powerful PC sitting in your office?
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