We performed a comparison between Google Vault and kCura Relativity based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two eDiscovery solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"Google Vault acts as a great method for retrieving files from Google Drive and Gmail."
"The most valuable features are automatic document and email retention."
"Search feature is valuable for our customers."
"In my opinion, the search functionality is the best feature. With Google Vault, we can quickly search for any email within Gmail accounts. And then we can get further information, such as if you want the full header or want to know any extra details about the emails."
"The ease of navigation from dock to dock, and that kind of usability, is quite helpful."
"I like Relativity's blackout feature, as well as the Case Dynamics function."
"Caplets are a very good technical feature."
"kCura Relativity is easy to use, and it is reliable."
"The knowledge base is not as in-depth as it should be."
"Searching could be improved. There's a lot of limitations when searching with Google Vault."
"eDiscovery could be improved with additional information and an easier way to retain it."
"Although it does a good job of searching through data and exporting it, I feel that Google Vault should have more export options available to the user. As a reseller, our customers demand a lot from their Google products, and exporting is one area where there's a lot of improvement needed."
"What I dislike about Relativity is that we have to go through the host in order to do productions and loads. It is not a do-it-yourself tool."
"The price per user could be improved. We'd like for it to be more affordable."
"There are a lot of bugs on the development side."
"They require more built-in support for some third-party applications."
Google Vault lets you retain, hold, search, and export data to support your organization’s archiving and eDiscovery needs. Vault supports:
Vault is entirely web-based, so there's no need to install or maintain any software. Vault is included with G Suite Enterprise, Business, Education, or Drive Enterprise edition. (Compare editions) Or you can buy Vault licenses for an additional $5 per user, per month.
Google Vault is ranked 2nd in eDiscovery with 4 reviews while kCura Relativity is ranked 8th in eDiscovery with 4 reviews. Google Vault is rated 9.6, while kCura Relativity is rated 8.0. The top reviewer of Google Vault writes "Helps large companies with many employees keep track of important business emails and data". On the other hand, the top reviewer of kCura Relativity writes "Kepler is a great technical feature for those working on development". Google Vault is most compared with Commvault Complete Data Protection, Mimecast Mailbox Continuity, Veritas Enterprise Vault, OpenText EnCase eDiscovery and Barracuda Message Archiver, whereas kCura Relativity is most compared with OpenText EnCase eDiscovery, Recommind Axcelerate eDiscovery, Logikcull and Casepoint. See our Google Vault vs. kCura Relativity report.
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