Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Cloud Computing Due Diligence In India By Perry4Law

Cloud computing around the world is thriving in recognition, but the legal control of this technology is still catching up to its requirements. Nowhere is that more true than in India, where the legal framework for regulation of the cloud computing business needs urgent formulation.

Any business that wants to explore cloud computing must know exactly what is legal and what is not. That’s where we play the decisive role. At Perry4Law, we have been managing cloud computing due diligence and make sure that you are in full compliance with the law before you offer cloud computing to your clients.

The Information Technology Act of 2000 laid the groundwork for due diligence requirements for businesses and stakeholders in the IT industry.  Many of the provisions of the act are relatively stringent, and companies that jump too quickly into cloud computing can find themselves in a jungle of legal issues if they do not perform careful due diligence.

Thus, cyber law due diligence in India cannot be ignored by cloud computing services providers of India. At Perry4Law we have been managing the cyber due diligence for Indian companies on multiple aspects.

One area in particular that has caused headaches for IT companies is privacy. More and more frequent civil proceedings are being initiated as individuals and businesses believe that their privacy rights have been violated, and as cloud computing grows, the potential for even more lawsuits has increased.

We can help your enterprise to navigate the legal framework that currently regulates cloud computing, and also assist you in establishing a best practices model that ensures a rock-solid cloud computing policy for all of your stakeholders.

At Perry4Law, we have our feet on the ground and our head in the clouds–the new practice of cloud computing that is. We can help you to successfully enter this rapidly growing area of technology and make large profits while staying on the right side of the law if you make a request in this regard.

We have also been helping various clients with dispute resolution, competitive intelligence, and recovery of assets to corporations, governments and to private clients, due diligence for Indian companies, providing unrivaled services in India market entry, corporate legal services, intellectual property protection, disputes resolutions, mergers, acquisitions and recovery actions, cyber forensics, cyber security, e-discovery services, etc.

Source: ICTPS Blog