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Cloud

Thanks to quick internet connections that are a staple of modern companies, a new model has arisen: cloud computing. This means that software is being delivered as a online service. Software is no longer installed locally in the end users computer. It is installed on a server in a data centre. This model of computing has its own legal focus points: continuity, security and privacy for instance.





> Cloud & Saas advices


Cloud
11 January 2016

Five things you should know about the Dutch data breach laws

Philip van der Weijde

Juridisch adviseur

Cloud
18 December 2015

EU model clauses generator – the solution to Safe Harbor

Kors Monster

Juridisch adviseur

Cloud
25 August 2015

Dutch privacy law gets teeth: 800k Euro fine for data breaches

Arnoud Engelfriet

Partner ICTRecht

Product

Users need a license to use software as a cloud service, or SaaS.

This is because this software ultimately also is copyright-protected.

A SaaS license, however, will essentially differ from a traditional license.