Cloud computing, or software-as-a-service, can benefit business, but executives should consider contractual protections, including safeguards against data breaches.
Cloud computing, or software-as-a-service, can benefit business, but executives should consider contractual protections, including safeguards against data breaches. Chuck Todd Bay Area News Group
Cloud computing, or software-as-a-service, can benefit business, but executives should consider contractual protections, including safeguards against data breaches. Chuck Todd Bay Area News Group

Migrating company data to the cloud? Consider these legal issues

February 27, 2017 05:15 PM

UPDATED February 28, 2017 04:58 AM

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