Many businesses are, or are considering, procuring services that are offered “in the cloud”. This webinar will assist lawyers who are intending to use cloud services within their own firms, and those with clients seeking advice on cloud services, to understand some of the key issues relating to the use of cloud services and their associated terms and conditions of use.
- Learn more about what the cloud actually is and the advantages and disadvantages of cloud services.
- Understand better the key issues in the Terms and Conditions of Use for cloud services, including issues such as authorised use, privacy, ownership and use of customer data, and security.
- Gain insights into how negotiable Terms and Conditions of Use for cloud services are, and if they are negotiable, what you should focus on.
Who should attend?
Lawyers considering procuring cloud services for their firm and those lawyers who advise clients on the use of cloud services.
Hudson Gavin Martin
Edwin Lim has specialised in technology, media and intellectual property since 2000. His main areas of practice are technology procurement and support, outsourcing and services, intellectual property commercialisation and transfer, technology due diligence, media, advertising and marketing, and general commercial. Edwin has worked for clients in various business and industry sectors including the software, technology, telecommunications, banking and finance, government, media, healthcare, hospitality, luxury automotive and aviation sectors.
Edwin sits on the boards of the New Zealand Software Association, New Zealand Middle East Business Council and the New Zealand Game Developers Association. He is also on the Technology Law committees of the Auckland District Law Society and New Zealand Law Society.
Hudson Gavin Martin
Anchali has specialised in technology, media and telecommunications for the last 10 years. Anchali’s main areas of practice are technology procurement, development and support, capacity and dark-fibre procurement, outsourcing, services, licensing and commercialisation.
Anchali has extensive experience advising both public and private sector clients on their ICT and general commercial arrangements. Her clients have included Government departments and ministries, crown entities and district health boards, network operators, telecommunications providers, banks, insurance companies and start-up businesses. Anchali advises both customers and suppliers of technology and telecommunications products and services.