Cloud Computing and the Law Webcast - (30 May 2012, Online)

This webcast examined the legal challenges for colleges and universities that are using or considering using cloud computing services.  Details of the speakers that contributed to the webcast are available below the programme on this page. A recording of the webcast is available below.  

Also don't forget our JISC Legal Cloud Computing and the Law Toolkit (31/08/2011). Whether you work in a teaching, research, management or support capacity, the toolkit will help you to make confident, informed decisions about implementing cloud computing solutions in your institution. 

A full transcript of the webcast is available in HTML, Word and PDF.

Downloadable Segments (hosted by Vimeo) -

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Speakers

Audience

The webcast sessions focussed on the issues for those who have an operational responsibility in terms of delivering cloud computing services for colleges and universities.  The content was also aimed at those who are making decisions with regard to adopting particular cloud computing services.

Outcome

The objective of the webcast was to clarify for colleges and universities the legal obligations that arise when making use of cloud computing services and to ensure that legal issues don’t impede innovation.  The webcast also included the opportunity for delegates to question FE and HE sector specialists in the delivery of cloud computing services. The webcast sessions were recorded and will be available shortly as learning resources on the JISC Legal website.


Posted on 21/02/2012