Sam De Silva

The purpose of this chapter is to help companies navigate through the typical contractual issues in cloud computing contracts. Some of these issues should be familiar to those who deal regularly with other types of information technology contracts. However, even in relation to those issues, the nature of cloud computing can create new or different risks, and organisations may need to consider those issues afresh in the cloud computing context.


Like cloud computing models, cloud computing contracts appear in a wide variety of forms. These can range from simple standardised click-wrap agreements to framework and multi-layered sets of terms and conditions. However, there are a set of core ...

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