Legal Considerations to Hosting Your Data and Operations in the Cloud

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Abeer Abu Judeh, Attorney, founder of LexDock & Galina Datskovsky, CEO Vaporstream

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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 Confidentiality agreements Enterprise Agreements and Their Impact on the Cloud Services Future Diversity and inclusion Corporate accountability To learn about our speakers please check out our page:
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