Cloud Technology

Cloud computing has become increasingly popular over recent years, with 91% of enterprises now using web-based software services and solutions. It’s a market worth over £9 billion, but many users still have concerns about its practicalities and security.

As experts in cloud computing law, we are here to help you navigate those concerns and ensure your business-critical data is safe and fully compliant with data protection laws.

Not only do our lawyers have an intrinsic awareness of current and emerging business technologies, we also understand the legal challenges that can arise as a result of innovation.

JPP can provide legal advice for the three main areas of cloud services namely:

  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS): allows businesses to rent or lease servers and storage space in the Cloud, running operating systems and applications without maintenance costs;
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS): a development platform that enables users to develop and run their own applications in the Cloud;
  • Software as a Service (SaaS): a way of delivering software applications over the internet, so users don’t have to worry about managing complex systems in house.

Working with Third Parties

Cloud computing technologies and services are generally delivered by third parties, it’s essential to consider jurisdiction. You will need to know the answers to important questions, such as where the data is held, who would be liable in the case of a data breach, and what happens if there are any disputes.

Data Protection

The cloud computing industry is heavily influenced by data protection law and privacy concerns, and we are here to help you understand and tackle all the associated risks.

As specialist cloud computing lawyers, we have extensive experience of working with all types of web-based solutions and a deep understanding of the different issues that can arise.

Our experienced data protection lawyers will guide you through the entire process and advise you on how to embrace the opportunities that these innovations present while keeping your business safe and compliant.

Mark Glenister

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