Gunster attorney Stephanie Quiñones recently authored a Daily Business Review commentary piece on Software as a Service Agreements (SaaS) – an increasingly popular method of software delivery for technology providers and their customers. To many businesses, the difference between “traditional” software and SaaS is virtually (pun intended) seamless, at least at first glance. But the use of a SaaS platform over a traditional software model inserts several new layers of risk about which SaaS providers and their customers should be aware. In the article, Quiñones discusses the issues all business owners should consider when providing or procuring SaaS services.
Stephanie Quiñones is a member of Gunster’s corporate and technology law practices. She regularly counsels entrepreneurs and in-house counsel with business, technology, IP licensing, internet/social media and privacy issues.
Read the full article: Don’t SaaS me: Key areas of negotiation in software as a service agreements