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Emerging Trends in Cloud Contracting

Issued: January 29 2014

Corporations, governments and individual consumers across Asia are rapidly expanding their use of cloud-based computing services. While the typical cloud contract may appear simple and straightforward, there are a number of pitfalls that may give rise to various risks and liabilities. Scott Thiel explains.

 

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