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May 2000
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Editor's Note

SECURITY is an ever-present worry for lawyers. With technology changing at blinding speeds, it's sometimes difficult to anticipate the ethical or pragmatic ramifications. Of course, the Internet brings an entire panoply of new dilemmas.

So we thought this a good time to catch our breath, and examine some of the key issues facing the profession. Bob Butler raises some thorny questions about application service providers. Albert Barssochini updates us on digital courier. Noah Groth looks at new tools in Windows 2000, and suggests tactics for those of you who aren't early adopters. Eric Steele and Thomas Scharbach focus on small firm Internet concerns.

Of course, that's not all. We also take a quick look at the status of "knowledge management" efforts, with articles from Kevin O'Connor and John Hokkanen. We've got news about the latest products, services, our columns and features, and much more!

Cordially,
Monica Bay
Monica Bay

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