Cloud Computing has become a viable option for many businesses as an effective and efficient way of storing information. Businesses using Cloud Computing may store a range of information, from general information to confidential or commercially sensitive information.

Before engaging a Cloud provider, you should review your contract with the service provider and be aware of any exclusions to liability. In addition to your contractual obligations, did you know that you might have other additional legal obligations, such as privacy law, if you store personal or sensitive information, such as client details, on a Cloud? Don’t be caught short when server shortages occur, or when your personal or sensitive information is leaked from your cloud, or you’re charged unnecessary fees!

Whether you need the service contract with your Cloud provider reviewed, or a better understanding of your rights and liabilities for using a Cloud service as a business, LegalVision is here to help! Our experts will offer you insight and practical advice, helping you navigate the potential minefields that can hurt your business.

Our lawyers are specialists in the industry and will provide you with the legal assistance you require. To get in touch, just fill out the form, or give us a call on 1300 544 755 for a fixed-fee quote.

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