Do you need to find and hire the lowest price cost legal fee charged Cloud Computing Attorney Lawyer who can provide experienced and skilled legal advice on SaaS cloud contracts, agreements, legal issues & liabilities? Saas cloud based computing technology agreements attorney Andrew S Bosin represents and guides companies, startups, providers, end-users and licensees on how to limit their legal liabilities and exposure to key and critical issues when negotiating SaaS, Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud Agreements. Andrew also works closely with clients in helping them better understand and deal with legal issues related to and associated with data protection and security and cyber-attacks occurring in SaaS Platforms and Services offered to end-users. Andrew represents cloud web based entrepreneurs, emerging growth companies, software and technology companies, big data and analytics startups, suppliers, manufacturers and applications providers based or located in the United States, US, New Jersey, New York City, Brooklyn, Boston, Rhode Island, Buffalo, Syracuse, Albany, Long Island, Connecticut, Chicago, Illinois, Maryland, Delaware, Miami, Orlando, Jacksonville, Sarasota, St. Petersburg, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, Dallas, Austin, Houston, Texas, Los Angeles, San Diego, Seattle, Silicon Valley, Orange County, Sacramento, San Francisco, California, Phoenix, Salt Lake City, St. Louis, Nashville, Kansas City, Minneapolis, Washington DC, Indianapolis, Charlotte, Raleigh, North Carolina, Alaska, Hawaii, Atlanta, Philadelphia, Idaho, Canada, Toronto, Edmonton, Calgary, Vancouver, EU, Europe, London, UK, England, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Germany, Amsterdam, France, Italy, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Hungary, Dublin, Ireland, Glascow, Edinborough, Scotland, Island, Tel Aviv, Israel, India, Melbourne, Sydney, Australia, Singapore, Tokyo, Japan, and Hong Kong, Shanghai, China. Andrew also provides legal advice to SaaS and cloud companies, startups, emerging growth companies, entrepreneurs, vendors and big data and analytics platforms.
A winning SaaS contract negotiation includes discussing and taking into consideration the numerous possible legal risks, challenges, problems, regulatory issues, liabilities and concerns that could arise and are associated with and related to Software as a Service SaaS Agreements, API Licensing Agreements, Subscription Agreements, Reseller Agreements, End User Agreements, Master Service Agreements, SLA’s, and cloud based computing technology transactions and contracts. These issues can be properly managed by hiring a skilled lawyer with expertise to consult with before entering into negotiations with a SaaS Provider, especially if you are an end-user and this is your first deal. One of the biggest hottest legal issues right now is data protection and how to keep data safe from an intrusive hacking event. Keep in mind that it might not be a bad idea to ask the SaaS Provider whether they maintain errors and omissions insurance to protect and provide coverage from against cyber-attack, cyber theft, data theft, data loss, negligence and copyright or patent infringement.
SaaS Data Security Questions Worth Considering
For the SaaS Provider, most important is building a lasting long-term relationship with the customer/client. The client needs to know during the term of a lengthy SaaS contract that it can trust the SaaS Provider with a level of reliability between could computing company and customer that its data or information is going to be secure and protected. The biggest worry or concern for customers is can the SaaS provider maintain uninterrupted and secure access to its data? Both the SaaS Provider and customer before entering into a SaaS Subscription Agreement should be thinking about the following questions.
- What data security/privacy protections does the SaaS Provider have in place?
- How often is customer data backed up?
- Does the SaaS Provider have multiple backup data centers in different geographic locations?
- Can the customer retrieve its data from the Provider’s servers to backup on its computer?
- If the customer terminates the SaaS Subscription Agreement what does the Provider do with the data, and how long if any does the customer have to backup that information?
Please contact cloud computing attorney Andrew S. Bosin for a free legal consultation at 201-446-9643.
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