Cloud Computing as a general term encompasses many new technologies. But that is not to say that significant pre-existing Laws and International Legal Concepts are not applicable to it. That application can produce significant commercial advantage for the informed; but also a tremendous loss of revenue, goodwill and reputation for the ill-informed. Cloud Computing Law cannot be ignored or avoided. Compliance with it is the only way forward for organizations whether they are Cloud Services Users, Providers or Developers.
Join SAP and world leading legal authority, Dr. Brian Bandey, to learn exactly what Cloud Computing Law is and how it works. Discover what Laws are relevant and how they apply across the world from US to EU to APAC. In addition, understand the risks involved and be informed how those risks are to be avoided in a fashion that is both accessible and focused on real Cloud technologies and real-life situations.
Business halts … your files are inaccessible … you’re losing money, but your only option is to pay even more to a criminal who is holding your data for ransom. It might sound like a movie plot, but this is what happens when businesses come face to face with the growing threat of ransomware. Check out this upcoming live webcast and join Andrey Pozhogin, Senior B2B Product Marketing Manager for Kaspersky, as he shares insights into how ransomware accesses and hijacks your system and what you can do to prevent it.
Sponsored by Kaspersky
The cloud is revolutionizing how organizations work because IT leaders understand that legacy technology infrastructure and IT processes can't withstand tomorrow's competitive challenges. In 2016, cloud adoption will reach its tipping point as organizations aggressively employ key use cases to improve cost management and increase agility, scalability, and security.
Sponsored by Pomeroy
Microsoft Windows® is a core component of enterprise networks worldwide. However, Windows is not known for the accurate time keeping essential for network and business operations. Many applications, such as shared cloud databases, virtualized environments, and billing and transaction systems rely heavily on accurate time stamps to be effective.
Sponsored by Microsemi