Why MSP’s Should Consider Contracts-as-a-Service

Diana Peterson  Comments (0)
This article is for Managed Services Providers (MSPs) interested in learning about Scott & Scott’s Contracts-as-a-Service solution. The cloud-based platform provides continuously updated legal protection to MSPs as new risks emerge. Scott & Scott’s master...

When to Buy vs. Uninstall in Software Audits

Rob Scott  Comments (0)
One of the most common mistakes I encounter in software audits is what I call the post-effective date software buying spree. The buying spree occurs in response to a letter from a publisher or publisher’s...

Litigation Risks of Ignoring Software Audits

Keli Johnson Swan  Comments (0)
Software audits are a means for software publishers to enforce and regulate use of their copyrighted software, and publishers regularly outsource enforcement of their copyrights to law firms or entities such as the BSA| The...

Adobe Audit Demands Can Be Burdensome

Christopher Barnett  Comments (0)
Businesses contacted by Adobe for software audits can be lulled into thinking that those investigations entail less exposure risk than audits by other publishers, like Microsoft or IBM. Adobe audits typically are conducted directly by...

Why MSPS Need Their Own Data Processing Agreements

Rob Scott  Comments (0)
Over the past ten years regulation of data privacy and security has proliferated at the international, federal and state levels. Several industry-based federal regulations have been developed such as HIPAA for healthcare and GLBA for...