The widespread use of cloud computing in the US and where it is heading

author: Joan Susan Antokol, Park Legal LLC
published: Nov. 16, 2012,   recorded: October 2012,   views: 213


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This panel will explore the widespread use of cloud computing by organizations in the US. In particular, the panel will discuss: 1) The evolving cloud computing landscape in the US—where it stands now and where it is heading; 2) The impact of the US Patriot Act on cloud storage – and whether multinational organizations are more or less likely to have to provide documents under that Act should it store documents in the cloud; 3) The coexistence of cloud computing with seeming inconsistent data privacy and regulatory laws, such as those that apply to medical, clinical research, and genetic data; 4) The risk of security breaches in the cloud—and the corresponding impact on your organization.

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