Cloud Computing and the Legal Cloud

What is Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is a new and rapidly expanding delivery model, often used to supply IT services to customers via the Internet. Cloud computing involves the sharing of resources, software and information on the Internet for users to use on their computers and other devices, on-demand.

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SaaS, ASP Agreements – Transfer of Personal Data outside of the EEA

There are no restrictions on transferring personal data within the EEA. However, due to the global nature of SaaS or ASP agreements personal data often needs to be transferred outside of the EEA, for example to an IT outsourcing provider in India, a subsidiary of your company in China or a data centre or software development centre in Vietnam.

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SaaS, ASP Agreements – HCM, ATS & Erecruitment

Human resources (HR) departments are increasingly turning to SaaS or ASP agreements for their recruitment and talent management needs. Often referred to as software as a service, SaaS or on demand services many suppliers are now providing SaaS solutions specifically designed to assist employers with their HCM (human capital management), ATS (applicant tracking systems) and e-recruitment requirements.

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SaaS Agreements – SLAs – Essential Elements

Customers thinking of purchasing software delivered via the Internet (SAAS) are often unaware of what terms should be included. Jargon in the SLA can seem like a foreign language. Customers often tend to simply accept the SLA provided by the supplier, rather than struggle to understand it.

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SAAS, ASP, software on demand – confused?

What is SAAS? This is the abbreviation for “software as a service”. You may know this under another name, for example ASP services (application service provider) or software on demand. These names all refer to the same thing – and simply mean that you are accessing and using software via the Internet.

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