From All of Us at Infocyte May Your Holidays and New Year Shine

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Happy Holidays from all of us at Infocyte

It’s been an exciting year for us as we launched Infocyte HUNT, gaining industry recognition with a finalist nomination in the SC Media Awards for Best Computer Forensic Solution and a favorable review in Network World.

We thank our customers, partners, and employees for supporting us and making 2016 a banner year. We look forward to continuing our relationship with you in the coming year.

The Infocyte Team

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