Topic: cloud computing

2012 In Review – The Most Popular Small Business Support Posts of the Year

As we look back at the most-read stories of the year, three issues quickly rise to the top: Technology in the workplace, especially employee use of social media (both on and off the clock), Health care reform and how to comply with the new rules, and Day-to-day employment matters, from hiring to firing and just… Read more »

Most Popular Small Business Posts – June 2012

The impact of Obamacare on smaller businesses, cloud computing legal issues, wage and hour lawsuits, and social media law are but a few of the subjects you’re reading about. For your reference, the most-read Small Business Support posts during the month of June, 2012: 1. Bring Your Own (Tech) Device to Work? That Could Be… Read more »

Cloud Computing: An Update on Legal Issues

Just because your business is in the cloud doesn’t mean your head needs to be there, too. For your reference, here’s a roundup of recent advisories and alerts touching upon the myriad legal issues that have emerged for businesses with the rise of cloud computing. Jurisdictional issues, security, privacy, the Patriot Act, and other international… Read more »

Doing Business Online? 5 Ways to Reduce Legal Risks

“Any online operation should periodically assess its legal exposure to better calibrate its contractual, technological, insurance, compliance and other liability minimizing measures.” (From Limiting Legal Exposure for Online Platforms with a Preliminary Legal Audit by Wahab & Medenica LLC)  Whether you’re selling silk pyjamas, second-hand books, or software, it’s likely that your business has a… Read more »

Cloud Computing and Security: Know Your Risks Before You Jump In

“The FBI ranks cyber-attacks as the third greatest threat currently facing the United States, eclipsed only by nuclear warfare and other weapons of mass destruction. According to the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse 500 million sensitive records have been compromised since 2005… These problems are going to get worse. Indeed, 2011 has already been labeled the ‘year… Read more »