Lawyers complain about limiting terms in cloud contracts

12/3/2012 | Computerworld

Stringent contracts that leave end users little recourse in the event of a serious service outage or network breach are slowing enterprise migration to the cloud, according to attorneys, who say companies are reluctant to navigate uneven legal terrain. With more service terms skewed in favor of providers and many cloud companies adopting a "take-it-or-leave-it" approach toward end users, corporate lawyers say it's vital that decision makers considering signing a cloud contract closely scrutinize the terms and ask questions so they understand exactly what their legal rights are.

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