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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
28 November 2017

Can I fire my Data Protection Officer?

Matthijs van Bergen

Senior legal adviser & Manager Legal ICT

Cloud
16 August 2017

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): what is changing and what do you need to change?

Matthijs van Bergen

Senior legal adviser & Manager Legal ICT

Cloud
21 July 2017

European privacy authorities explain privacy and monitoring at work

Matthijs van Bergen

Senior legal adviser & Manager 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.