Last week, Attorney Richard Santalesa presented a free one-hour webinar on Contracting for Cloud Computing in conjunction with Zenith Infotech, Ltd and MSPtv. The feedback received was very positive and our presentation covered a wide-ranging number of contracting issues specifically applicable to cloud computing scenarios.
This next installment in our webinar series on cloud computing is now available on demand for viewing via Real streaming video or Windows streaming video, after free registration. To register and view this free one hour webinar click here.
Details: Attorneys, Richard Santalesa and David Navetta examine legal issues posed by contracting for cloud computing services and review a proposed cloud user’s “Bill of Rights” that any company considering cloud computing should keep in mind given their specific goals, industry, data and security needs.
Deciding whether to take the plunge into cloud computing is a serious decision. The real benefits of cloud computing must always be weighed against: the risk of relinquishing direct control of infrastructure and applications, the potential use of unknown subcontractors, implications of data flow and storage location, liability and indemnification issues, privacy and data breach notification considerations, and compliance with the overlapping web of federal, state, local and international laws and regulations.