According to Gartner, cloud computing will be one of the top ten strategic technology trends for 2015. As the number of companies moving to cloud based technologies grows, they face new and challenging legal issues. Along with the opportunities for greater efficiency and cost savings come additional legal challenges that companies must address, such as risk allocation, data security and privacy concerns
Cloud computing and SaaS arrangements are growing increasingly commonplace, and the benefits of getting IT out of the infrastructure business are obvious. While the technology is rapidly maturing and moving from novelty to commodity, negotiating contracts with cloud vendors can be a challenge.
What if sensitive customer data are stolen from your cloud provider? Who foots the bill if aliens (or government actors) abscond with your provider’s servers? Who is liable when the lawsuits start flying?
With our years of experience in the tech space and our hands-on knowledge of corporate law, privacy issues and data security concerns, our firm is well suited to help companies navigate the complex legal issues surrounding cloud-based technologies.
Our clients know they can turn their attention toward growing their business while we focus on the legal issues along the way.
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If you are looking for a firm that understands the needs and issues associated with cloud technology please contact us. Turinas & Bird – Counsel for Cloud Technology companies and companies that rely on cloud technology.