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Software as a service (also known as SaaS) has replaced software licensing for delivering technology-based products and services. Explore the history and common uses of SaaS. Learn issues and strategies to consider when advising a client regarding SaaS offering; particularly data privacy.
Kevin Levy, Esq.
While software continues to dominate the delivery of technology-based services, software as a service (also known as SaaS) has replaced software licensing as the predominant method of delivering a technology-based product or service. This course will explore the history and common uses of SaaS, while providing issues and strategies to consider when advising a client that is evaluating a SaaS offering. Data privacy issues related to SaaS offerings will also be discussed.
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