Legal Considerations to Hosting Your Data and Operations in the Cloud
Abeer Abu Judeh, Attorney, founder of LexDock & Galina Datskovsky, CEO Vaporstream
About this talk
Fireside Chat with Abeer Abu Judeh
It is estimated that, in 2020, cloud services spending will reach $266.4 Billion and will surpass $1 Trillion in 2024. With limitless cloud services options such as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Software as a Service (SaaS), what are the legal considerations to keep in mind when developing your strategy to move your data and operations to the cloud.
Beyond Basic Legal Terms: what are the essential terms to consider when assessing your cloud agreement?
Data Storage: security, support, backups, e-discovery, migration and purging
Data Privacy: access and use of all data related to employees, products and clients
Risk: Liability, Indemnification, Insurance and Damages
Preparing for a Globalized Work Environment
Employee remote work policies
Enterprise Agreements and Their Impact on the Cloud Services Future
Diversity and inclusion
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