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Friday, August 31 • 2:10pm - 2:55pm
Cloud Computing and the Law - Eileen Evans & Nissa Strottman, HP Open Source Program Office

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This session will examine various legal issues related to cloud computing, including: terms of service; open source considerations in the public, private, and hybrid cloud context; due diligence with regard to use of third party technologies/services; export; privacy; and security. This session will also address the OpenStackTM Project, including its history, contribution and licensing models, and the formation of the OpenStack Foundation. This session is intended to address those issues which may confront cloud service providers and those businesses, developers, or individuals who build their business on the cloud or otherwise rely on the cloud. Eileen has spoken on various open source topics at conferences in the United States and in Europe and with the European Commission, Members of the European Union Parliament and the European Union National Competition Authorities. Nissa has spoken on cloud computing as well as open source issues.

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Eileen Evans & Nissa Strottman, HP Open Source Program Office

Eileen Evans is the Vice President of Open Source Strategy and Intellectual Property for Hewlett-Packard Company.  In her role, Eileen leads open source strategy and related intellectual property and program management for HP.  Prior to joining HP, Eileen was a Director and Associate General Counsel at Sun (and Oracle following its acquisition of Sun) for nearly 12 years.  At Sun, Eileen led and managed technology attorneys responsible for providing support to various hardware and...
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Friday August 31, 2012 2:10pm - 2:55pm
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