The ubiquity of e-mail has brought widespread changes to legal business in the last few years. The law firm of today utilizes e-mail to communicate not only within the firm, but also with clients, suppliers, and attorneys outside the office.

Although e-mail has ushered in a host of benefits to the legal community, the dangers of this new means of communications have recently become apparent to legal technology managers. To protect themselves from liability and damage to their computer systems, firms should invest in e-mail monitoring software.

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