Digital Forensics (DF) has played a major in many investigations. DF tools are popular within law enforcement and are employed daily by examiners and analysts. The rapid development of forensic methods, tools, and processes over the past years has been successful. Recently, organizations have adopted the latest technologies that result in obsolete tools, incompatible data formats, and unable to produce the investigation results forensically soundly. Due to the scalability issues, data that can be analyzed has to wait for months before the review. Thus, without a clear research direction, the capabilities of DF tools increasingly become obsolete. A dramatic improvement in the efficiency of both tools and research processes is mandatory to cope up with the recent technologies.