By Carolyn Heinze · March 04, 2013 ·
Courts are recognizing the value that data on social media platforms can bring to a case, expanding e-discovery to include posts on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn.
By Martin Sinderman · October 04, 2012 ·
VARs typically help clients stay within the more well-known HIPAA and Gramm-Leach Bliley regulations. But there are a host of other laws clients may break if you don’t intervene.
By Elaine J. Hom · January 17, 2012 ·
Pirated software may save your customers a few bucks, but in addition to opening them up to potential data breaches and system failure, software piracy funds organized crime and undermines the economy.
By Elaine J. Hom · August 29, 2011 ·
Prepare to meet the demand for EPEAT-compliant computing. NASBA and Intel have partnered to ease the compliance process for customized systems, but there is still a need for help from the vendor and reseller communities.
By J.R. Winkler · July 07, 2011 ·
Providing secure cloud computing for your clients means providing business continuity and disaster recovery plans as well. J.R. Winkler provides advice on disaster recovery for cloud scenarios, how to handle security breaches, and ways to prepare your customers for possible litigation.
By Channelpro · June 20, 2011 ·
The legal issues around cloud data storage must be carefully considered for both the end-user and the provider. Develop a stronger relationship with your clients by offering a deep understanding of the legal issues around cloud computing services.
By Alison Diana · July 13, 2010 ·
VARs beware: Some industries face severe penalties, including stiff fines and executive prison terms, if they can't prove they are safeguarding consumers' information.