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Cloud Computing: Understanding the legal implications of Software as a Service (SaaS)
SaaS is unlike traditional software that you purchase and install on your computer. SaaS is accessed over the Internet, and the data (i.e. documents, pictures, contacts, notes, billing) is stored on the developers’ servers instead of your computer.
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