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Cloud computing: Reading the fine print in your service agreement

Cloud computing: Reading the fine print in your service agreement | L'Univers du Cloud Computing dans le Monde et Ailleurs | Scoop.it
Understand the cloud computing fine print in your service-level agreement, and help avoid further audits down the line.

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Businesses utilizing SaaS services are discovering loopholes concerning risk management, data confidentiality, data integrity and recovery. The results should serve as a friendly reminder to any business interested in the cloud: read your Service Level Agreement (SLA) thoroughly.

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Legal Profession: Managing effective cloud solutions for lawyers | CloudHQ

Legal Profession: Managing effective cloud solutions for lawyers | CloudHQ | L'Univers du Cloud Computing dans le Monde et Ailleurs | Scoop.it
Life as an attorney can be clouded and marred by a number of activities, most of them so hectic and seemingly unbearable. As such, without a plan on how to manage all this-clients, numerous...

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Legal: Cloud computing: Offshore data storage complicates security picture | Financial Post

Legal: Cloud computing: Offshore data storage complicates security picture | Financial Post | L'Univers du Cloud Computing dans le Monde et Ailleurs | Scoop.it

As electronic information accumulates into virtual mountains, the ease and low cost of storing it offsite or outsourcing software functions can be irresistible to businesses looking to cut expenses in any way they can.

But since this often involves the transfer of personal information, experts say the increasingly ubiquitous “cloud” can also create unforeseen headaches when that information ends up outside Canada.


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