X1 Technologies is a provider of lightning-fast enterprise and desktop search in virtual, hybrid & mobile environments. Organizations Reduce Costs and Improve Business Productivity with X1's next generation solutions specifically designed for professionals to allow them to search, identify & act upon critical business data, whether it resides within the enterprise or virtualized environments. The same platform allows for IT & legal professionals to perform powerful searches of their organization’s data for compliance, eDiscovery & data migrations. X1’s portfolio includes: X1 Search, X1 Search Virtual Edition, X1 Search Mobile, X1 Rapid Discovery & X1 Social Discovery.
TypePrivate
HQPasadena, US
Founded2003
Size (employees)62 (est)
Websitex1.com
X1 Technologies was founded in 2003 and is headquartered in Pasadena, US
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X1 Technologies Office Locations

X1 Technologies has an office in Pasadena
Pasadena, US (HQ)
130 W Union St
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X1 Technologies Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date

2003

X1 Technologies total Funding

$12.2 m

X1 Technologies latest funding size

$2.20 m

Time since last funding

5 years ago

X1 Technologies investors

X1 Technologies's latest funding round in February 2014 was reported to be $2.2 m. In total, X1 Technologies has raised $12.2 m
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Why I Joined X1

Two weeks ago I joined X1 as CEO, a company I am convinced is in the process of disrupting not just the eDiscovery industry, but the regulatory compliance and corporate governance markets as well.  As I discussed at length with … Continue reading →

eDiscovery Veteran Craig Carpenter Joins X1 as CEO

Today we have some very exciting news: Craig Carpenter has joined X1 as our new CEO. Craig is a seasoned and experienced executive in the eDiscovery and information governance arena, holding several senior executive positions throughout his impressive career, including … Continue reading →

Three Key eDiscovery Preservation Lessons from Small v. University Medical Center

Small v. University Medical Center is a recent 123-page decision focused exclusively on issues and challenges related to preservation of electronically stored information in a large enterprise. Its an important ESI preservation case with some very instructive takeaways for organizations and … Contin…

Dark Web Evidence Critical to all Cyber Investigations and Many eDiscovery matters

The dark web is a component of the World Wide Web that is only accessible through special software or configurations, allowing users and website operators to remain anonymous or untraceable. The dark web forms a small part of the deep … Continue reading →

When your “Compliance” and eDiscovery Processes Violate the GDPR

Time to reevaluate tools that rely on systemic data duplication The European Union (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became effective in May 2018. To briefly review, the GDPR applies to the processing of “personal data” of EU citizens and residents (a.k.a. … Continue reading →

Live Demo of Relativity and X1 Integration Creates Significant Buzz

Last week we hosted a webinar with Relativity and D4, which highlighted the very compelling integration of our X1 Data Insight and Collection solution with the Relativity platform, including RelativityOne.  This integration is important as it provides game-changing efficiencies in … Continue reading…
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