Monthly Archives: December 2016

Legal Considerations for Website Privacy Policies

You finally created your website. Did you include eye-catching graphics? Check. Did you include an attention-grabbing banner slogan? Did you post all of your social media handles? Did you include a privacy policy for the website? Maybe… We get questions from clients about whether they are required to include a privacy policy and, if so, what should it say.  The answers may surprise you, but a privacy policy should definitely not be an afterthought for website owners.  It certainly isn’t a best practice to simply copy and paste the privacy policy of another’s company’s website.  The representations made in website …

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Cloud-Computing Lessons using Software as a Service (SaaS)

Long before anyone referred to “the cloud” as something related to the Internet, software companies began shifting away from expensive, customized, on-site software implementations to something we used to call Software as a Service (SaaS).  Now, “the cloud” is widely recognized as a place where Internet-based computing resources are shared, but SaaS is still out there.  In fact, it’s probably the most widespread type of “cloud” computing; you just don’t hear it called “SaaS” that much anymore.  But SaaS is, fundamentally, the same as it ever was – a type of Internet-based computing that provides shared computer device processing resources …

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