Cloud Computing – Climate Change for Legal Contracts?
EuroCloud Ireland and The Irish Computer Society are organising a seminar on “Cloud Computing – Climate Change for Legal Contracts?” in the Clarion IFSC on Thursday July 1st at 7.45am with a repeat seminar at 10.30am the same morning.
Philip Nolan, a partner and head of Mason Hayes+Curran’s Commercial Department, as well as being a board member of EuroCloud Ireland examines the legal implications of Cloud Computing for your business. He looks at its likely impact on your existing legal responsibilities and relationships. Philip will focus on how to address contractual matters such as service provider liability, data protection and retention as well as capacity/availability issues and their impact. Hugh Jones, an ICS Data Protection tutor and Michael Martin of the Irish Software Innovation Network will be joining Philip on the panel to participate in the Q&A
EuroCloud Ireland and The Irish Computer Society are delighted that this event is been run in association with Microsoft Ireland and Irish Software Innovation Network . To register for this free to attend event please go to ICS and EuroCloud-Ireland-Seminar.