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Service Level Agreements (SLA) and Cloud Agreements

Service Level Agreements (SLA) and Cloud Agreements

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Presenter(s)
John Beardwood
Arun Krishnamurti
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CPDOnline
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English
Length
40 minutes
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CPD Finance Conference 2017
Includes Handouts

What does 5 9s mean and what availability are your systems capable of providing?  What sort of response times can you promise your customer and how do you limit your liability if you have a failure or outage?  For services in the cloud, how do you work with your cloud service providers to make sure that your SLA is consistent with theirs. Ensuring that your SLA does not overpromise is key to providing and keeping your promises to your customers.

Presenters

John Beardwood

John Beardwood is a partner of the firm, engaged in a corporate/commercial practice, with an emphasis on outsourcing and procurement, technology and privacy law related matters. John is regularly listed among the world's preeminent internet and e-commerce lawyers in Who's Who Legal - The International Who's Who of Business Lawyers where, in addition to being referred to as "an authority on outsourcing" in the guide to Internet and E-Commerce Lawyers, he has been identified as being both one of the two most highly nominated Canadian lawyers in the guide, and one of the ten "most highly regarded individuals" globally; and is also consistently included as a leading lawyer in the Internet & e-Commerce chapter of Who's Who Legal: Canada. He is listed in Chambers Global – The World's Leading Lawyers for Business, for Information Technology, as “very effective, efficient and remarkably accessible” and “a great lawyer”, and in Chambers (Canada) as "very polished and has a tremendous amount of experience." He is consistently recognized in The Best Lawyers in Canada for information technology law, and highly recommended as an outsourcing practitioner in the PLC Which Lawyer? Yearbook and in the PLC Outsourcing Handbook. John receives rave reviews as 'a go-to expert in Canada for privacy and IT law' from The Legal 500. His biography is included in the Canadian Who's Who and Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders.

John works closely with clients in advising on and negotiating various technology-related transactions, including outsourcing/procurement, licensing, implementation, distribution, technology transfer, strategic alliance and e-commerce related transactions, including in the airline, health care, financial/insurance institution and public sector contexts. Clients say he is John often advises clients on privacy law and access to information matters, and has been developing and implementing privacy compliance programs for more than ten years. He is a frequent speaker and publisher on various IT law and privacy law-related topics and has been interviewed for CBC Metro Morning, The Globe and Mail, ITBusiness.ca, Computing Canada, CBC Marketplace, Canadian Business Magazine and 1010 CFRB, and was featured on the cover of CBA National Magazine for the article "The Outsourcing Lawyers". John is the co-editor and a contributing author of the industry-leading text Outsourcing Transactions: A Practical Guide, now in its 10th Edition.

Arun Krishnamurti

Arun Krishnamurti is Associate Corporate Counsel with Google Canada, and was formerly an associate with a Bay Street law firm, where he maintained a corporate/commercial practice with an emphasis on technology, including advising clients with respect to outsourcings.

Outside of the technology area, Arun has experience in a variety of transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, public-private partnerships, and financings. Arun has also significant experience working with start-ups, emerging companies, and entrepreneurs in a number of areas, including crowdfunding, app development (both mobile and web-based), on-line sales, gaming, and both the manufacturing and supply of goods and services to businesses and consumers.

Arun is a past editor for the OBA’s Information Technology & Intellectual Property Newsletter, and remains a member of the OBA Information Technology & Intellectual Property section executive. Arun also currently serves as Vice-President of the South Asian Bar Association of Toronto.

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