Cloud Computing

Cloud security for businesses

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Cloud Security

Cloud security is becoming more and more important as a variety of businesses seek to move their software, applications and infrastructure online to cloud computing based solutions. Cloud is becoming the normal way for businesses and customers to interact and exchange information. In this article I want to examine  the risks of cloud computing  and how cloud security plans and […]

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Cloud computing contract: 8 clauses to beware

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Cloud computing contracts are big news. Previously, I examined some techniques and tactics that customers can use to help them when negotiating cloud computing contract clauses with vendors.  However, it may not always be possible to negotiate your cloud computing contract if the vendor is a large company, or is offering you an ‘off-the-shelf’ product. […]

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G-Cloud – New cloud computing contracting model for governments

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Cloud computing offers many benefits. It is scalable, flexible and, as both infrastructure and software can be hosted online, it helps reduce an organisation’s IT costs. In the age of austerity this final factor is perhaps the most important for government bean counters. Mark Adair considers some of key legal risks that cloud based solutions […]

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Cloud computing contract negotiation: 6 killer tactics

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Cloud Computing Contract Negotiation

I am going to share my six killer tactics in a cloud computing contract negotiation. These will help you get the best legal outcome while ensuring that the contract obligates the cloud provider to ensure your information and data on the cloud is secure and private. However, the best tip I could ever give you […]