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VIDEO – Cloud Contract Issues

06.29.12

The cloud is hot, and headline news around the world! The legal risks for businesses can be substantial and impact all cloud customers. To learn more, please watch my recent video interview entitled “Cloud Computing: New Buzzword, Longstanding Concerns.” The interview by Financial Management Network (& parent SmartPros Ltd.) is part of a series of educational videos provided for accounting, finance, and IT professionals. So please check out the programs on Financial Management Network.

No surprise that attorney/client privilege may be at risk on the cloud. So you may be interested to see a TexasBarCLE webcast entitled “What Using the Cloud Does to Attorney/Client Privilege” (available on the TexasBarCLE webcast archive). I was honored to serve on the panel  with Chris Kirby (PCT Solutions, Inc.) and Jeff Blake (Splunk), and the webcast was an interesting and in depth discussion about the impact of the cloud on lawyers and clients.

Of course I welcome any comments or thoughts about cloud legal issues.
 

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