All the lawyers in the office may be buzzing about the damning findings of fact in the government’s antitrust case against software giant Microsoft. Don’t worry about whether the tech support for Windows will dry up just yet, but there is some wisdom in that case for the average law firm administrator.

Do you know where the Department of Justice’s lawyers got some of the most damaging information for that case? E-mail.

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