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Cloud Computing Legal Deskbook, 2017 ed.

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: LegalWorks
Copyright: 2017
ISBN: 9780314869241
Service #: 41378321
Sub #: 41378322
Publication frequency: Annually
Update method: Replacement pamphlets

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Cloud Computing Legal Deskbook is a compass for those who navigate the complicated intersection of law and technology – a resource for users, providers, and counselors alike. As in many areas involving technology, the science of the cloud has outpaced the law of the cloud, creating significant risks for companies trying to make rational business and legal decisions in an environment so dominated by information technology. Cloud Computing Legal Deskbook helps practitioners deal with both the law and the technology by addressing numerous topics including:

  • Introduction to enterprise cloud computing
  • Personal cloud computing
  • Negotiating cloud contracts
  • Cybersecurity and the cloud
  • Cloud computing project management
  • U.S. export and sanctions regulations and the cloud
  • Tax issues in the cloud
  • Intellectual property issues
  • Open source issues
  • Constitutional protections of privacy in the cloud
  • Employment issues in the cloud
  • Criminal liability
  • General government contracting issues in the cloud
  • IP risks for government users and contractors
  • GSA procurement and FedRAMP standardization
  • Federal cloud procurement disputes or 'bid protests'
  • Virtual jurisdiction: Cloud computing and personal jurisdiction
  • Litigation considerations: eDiscovery
  • Attorney-client privilege and related duties
  • Cloud payment/banking considerations
  • Mergers and acquisitions in cloud computing
  • Loss of data issues and remedies for loss of data