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May 2000
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Security Spotlight

Digital Couriers Take Off
By Albert Barsocchini

AS E-MAIL becomes the delivery medium of choice for lawyers, the legal community has become increasingly concerned about protecting confidentialities. E-mail is considered by many as the single largest unprotected application that exists in the corporate world today. To fill this security void, new easy to use digital courier services are sprouting up on the Internet.

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Encrypting File System: Will Windows 2000 Resolve Your Internet Security Worries?
By Noah Groth

HERE IS A SHORT math problem: How many billable hours does it take to replace confidential client information stolen from your firm's network?

Gaining unauthorized access to another person's electronic data is far easier than most people want to admit. These days, you must become a fanatic about protecting information on computers.

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Diving into the Unknown? Do ASPs Have Hidden Risks?
By Bob Butler

SOFTWARE COMPANIES love the ASP business model because it generates recurring income. No need to reinvent yourself every year with a new version of your product. Legal professionals love the ASP model because of easier maintenance and upgrades, plus universal access to data. With both sides in love with the concept, the rush toward the ASP model is unprecedented.

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