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Crucial Issues in Technology Services Contracting: The Keys to the Cloud

Loeb & Loeb is pleased to announce that partner Kenneth Adler will be speaking on this CLE webinar.

From the event website:
Who Should Call In

In-house counsel, directors or managers of procurement or technology departments, and anyone involved in the process of executing technology services agreements that include cloud computing.

Why You Should Call In

Technology services that include cloud computing present a wide range of enterprise benefits - and risks - that other technology services don't. As a result there are specific issues particular to cloud computing that must be considered and addressed when drafting technology service contracts. This Advanced Practice Skills TeleBriefing will identify and explore critical legal issues in contracting for technology services that include cloud computing, and provide best practices to mitigate cloud computing risks. Our expert panel includes distinguished practitioners and in-house counsel at companies experienced in cloud computing contract issues, and these experts will engage in a comprehensive discussion that includes an the basics of cloud computing as well as practical tips for developing contracts that address important risks such as data security, privacy, e-discovery and more.

What You Will Learn
  • Cloud computing basics: Understanding what cloud computing is - and what is isn't, different cloud infrastructures and service offerings, how they work, and how cloud is different from other technology solutions
  • Key issues in cloud computing: Identifying and understanding the key issues in cloud computing agreements
  • Contracting to address risks associated with cloud computing, including: Data security, privacy, IP ownership, E-Discovery, limits of liability/indemnification, insurance requirements, service levels, disengagement
  • Best practices to mitigate cloud computing risks: Practical approaches to cloud contracting to align the risk and benefits for both the customer and supplier

The webinar is from 10:00 am - 11:30 am Pacific and 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm Eastern.