As part of our Cloud Computing initiative entitled, we take a step over to Europe and proudly present our next chapter in Rimon’s on-going series “Cloud Computing – A German Perspective.” This white paper and chapter, takes a look at cloud computing from a German and, to some extent, potentially representative European perspective. It’s a refreshing look at both some legislative and regulatory implications, as well as a view from outside the United States.
We would like to thank Thomas Fischl and Katharina A. Weimer in our Rimon Munich office for their insight and effort. Feel free to contact them directly if any questions arise or if you need help or more information. As we continue to do, we updated the entire work so that when you access the .PDF of our “Transcending the Cloud: A Legal Guide to the Risks and Rewards of Cloud Computing” compendium, you will receive all of the sections, now updated with this chapter from Germany.
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