Scalable DRM protects sensitive documents on the network

Thursday, 20 April 2006, 5:49 PM EST

Clients pay high fees to law firms," says Matt Kesner, chief technology officer at Mountain View, Calif.-based Fenwick & West LLP. "They are willing to pay those fees for legal advice. They hate paying for printing, addressing and mailing documents - the process of accessing that advice."

As a result, about six years ago, Fenwick & West's clients began asking for a way to access their legal documents online that was more organized than e-mail attachments, says Kesner.

At Computerworld.

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