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TECHNOLOGY, OUTSOURCING, AND COMMERCIAL TRANSACTIONS
NEWS FOR LAWYERS AND SOURCING PROFESSIONALS
With the cloud and other solutions changing the ways that companies provide and consume IT and do business, it is fascinating (and important) to think about what data centers and IT organization will look like in 10 years.
More companies are outsourcing recruitment process functions or are, at least, starting to consider the value of outsourcing these functions.
The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recently issued a new draft guidance announcing the FDA’s intent to not actively regulate medical device data systems (MDDS), medical image storage devices, and medical image communications devices.
Your experiences may be different, but the excusable events that we see in force majeure clauses vary widely—from specific events that could not have been prevented to any event beyond a party's reasonable control.
Snapchat, a popular smartphone application, recently settled with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) over allegations that the app misrepresented material elements of its program to the public.
Just when we were getting used to the "cloud" way of things, new buzzwords are emerging to brand solutions that may replace (or more likely enhance) cloud computing.
As the outsourcing industry matures and contracts run their full cycles, we have seen an influx of deals that are expiring or up for renegotiation or resourcing.
We recently hosted our 8th annual Women in Shared Services and Outsourcing Executive Roundtable in New York.
As more clients use ITIL ® —a standard for best practices in providing IT services—IT lawyers who are unfamiliar with the standard should familiarize themselves with its basic principles.