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Cloud

Thanks to the fast internet connection available to most companies, a new type of service has arisen: cloud computing. This allows software to be delivered as a service and made available online. In other words, software is no longer installed locally on the computers of end users, but in data centres. There are various legal issues to be aware of if you provide or use one of these services, in relation to continuity, security, privacy, and more.





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Cloud
28 November 2017

Can I fire my Data Protection Officer?

Matthijs van Bergen

Managing director Legal ICT

Cloud

Cloud
21 July 2017

European privacy authorities explain privacy and monitoring at work

Matthijs van Bergen

Managing director Legal ICT

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.