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Cloud computing for lawyers and executives : a global approach

Author: Thomas J Shaw, (Attorney); American Bar Association,
Publisher: Chicago : American Bar Association, [2013] ©2013
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd editionView all editions and formats
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"Cloud computing is the present and future of IT, a utility service that promises unlimited, cheap, and reliable IT services for all - but carries significant legal and business risks for organizations. Executives, and the lawyers and risk professionals who advise them, must understand how to identify, assess, and respond to these risks in their own organizations and in cloud service providers and do so in a  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas J Shaw, (Attorney); American Bar Association,
ISBN: 1614389527 9781614389521
OCLC Number: 849787137
Description: xx, 325 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: 1. Introduction to cloud computing --
2. U.S. statutes --
3. International statutes --
4. Information security and privacy in the cloud : the risks --
5. Information security and privacy in the cloud : risk response --
6. Data preservation and breach in the cloud --
7. Negotiating the CSP agreement --
8. Practical application --
9. Lawyers and the cloud --
Appendix --
Table of authorities --
Index.
Responsibility: Thomas J. Shaw.
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Executives, and the lawyers and risk professional who advise them, must understand how to identify, assess, and respond to the risks of cloud computing services in their own organizations. This book  Read more...

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