This issue is filled with great insights and expert commentary on areas that are relevant to the legal landscape and highlight how the business community is embracing technology, media and telecommunications. There are various topics covered, from new ways of working and digital transformation in the finance sector to data protection regulatory updates and guidance. We also have a series of articles that focus on e-commerce across a number of jurisdictions.
You will also find insights from our lawyers around real estate analytics, tech trends, and data centres.
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Customers and suppliers, even if not immediately affected by the outbreak of the coronavirus, should be undertaking a comprehensive review of their technology contracts so as to determine their contractual rights, limitations, and obligations in the context of current, and possible future, circumstances
We set out below some specific technology contracts issues to consider:
As above re: business continuity / disaster recovery, if an exit plan was supposed to have been put in place, but has not yet been prepared, customers should ensure the preparation of an exit plan is actioned asap. For more in depth analysis of disengagement services, read our article on IT Disengagement Services