I recently finished tech editing a book soon to be published on Cloud Storage Forensics. One of the main tools used was....wait for it...X-Ways Forensics. Without giving anything about the book away, I was really impressed by the level of detail documented on the amount of research conducted in cloud storage forensics.
The book goes to print in January, but available for preorder. I'll be writing a review of the book once it is made available, but in short, I give it a high grade of technical accuracy and research on the most commonly used cloud storage services and the connected machines. The authors documented testing of various cloud services as if it were scientific examinations (which by the way, digital forensics testing is...) and their methods can be used by anyone as can their results. I'll give a small tidbit that there are many instances of "holy smokes!" on some of their findings that I have not seen anywhere else.
The authors could have chosen any major forensic tool, but they chose XWF. This is just another example of how X-Ways Forensics is used to validate scientific theories and tests over all others. The reason is simple: XWF works.
This book, along with a few others that I know are coming out fairly soon, should be quick sellouts for the first printing. For anyone that buys books from Amazon, preordering is a good way to go and Amazon price matches books, even after you have already ordered. Just saying...