Why K-12 Attorneys Proceed With Caution in Cloud-Computing Contracts

How Districts Assess the Legal Risks of Working With Companies That Offer Their Services in the Cloud

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Cloud computing and privacy concerns

Contracts for cloud computing software in schools are relatively new to districts—and in most cases to their attorneys, too. Software providers often fill in the gap by bringing contract templates to the table when a district is selecting software.

“Of course, vendors are trying to minimize their risk and maximize their business,” said Tom Tokarz, a deputy…

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