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Ten Key Legal Concerns in E-Commerce Ventures and Contracts
IT managers must understand the legal issues – at least well enough to know when there is an issue. E-commerce is so new that lawyers (and the law) are having

legal privacy  combination of practical and legal methods, including the use of trademarks. Some of those methods of protection should be addressed by contractual provisions that govern the use of the name and any related trademarks. Something to watch out for: If your web host or developer registers your domain name for you, make sure that you, rather than the host or developer, is listed as the owner on the registration. Also, clarify who will have responsibility for renewing domain name registrations so you do not Read More...
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Legal Considerations in E-commerce
Doing business on the Internet can involve some tricky legal issues. This article will help you understand the kinds of information you need to provide to your

legal privacy  Considerations in E-commerce Legal Considerations in E-Commerce Anthony E. Perkins, Esq. and Dennis P. Geller, Ph.D. December 9th, 1999 Guest Analyst: Anthony E. Perkins is an Attorney and a Principal with TechVentures Group, LLC., a business advisory group focused on technology-oriented businesses and ventures seeking expert assistance and information on starting, growing, selling, merging or financing their companies. Can They Do That? I sent them an e-mail and the next time I looked at their Read More...
Not Just Words: Enforce Your E-mail and Web Acceptable Usage Policies
Unmanaged employee use of e-mail and the Web can subject your organization to costly risks including litigation, regulatory investigations, and public

legal privacy  Rule 6 Exercise Your Legal Right to Monitor Email & Web Rule 7: No Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Email & Web Rule 8: Lock Out Malicious Intruders Email & Web Rule 9: Annual Review of Acceptable Usage Policies Sample Email Acceptable Usage Policy Sample Web Acceptable Usage Policy About The ePolicy Institute About MessageLabs Email & Web Rule 1: Litigation and Regulations, Productivity and Security Create the Need for Strategic Email and Web Management Employee use of the company computer system can Read More...
Duty of Care Online
Useful reading for any online business, this white paper offers helpful hints for establishing comprehensive duty of care procedures. When setting up an online

legal privacy  important to consider the legal aspects required—most importantly, an adequate privacy policy, and legally binding terms and conditions. Find out more. Read More...
Security Begins on Your Desktop
The documents, spreadsheets, databases and other files on the personal computers used to conduct business are corporate assets. It cost money to create them

legal privacy  resources, research, finance, and legal teams. Personal computer-based firewalls to assure network security within the corporate intranet, when connected to other corporate internets, and when connected to public networks. E-mail encryption at the desktop and e-mail gateways. Virus inoculation at the desktop, servers, and e-mail gateways. Remote diagnostics for personal computers. Public data networks with and without Virtual Private Network capabilities. Business Management Response Share the Read More...
Preparing Yourself for the EHR Mandate in Massachusetts
In a climate of economic crisis, federal and state governments are examining ways to evolve the health care system. One way is to adopt an electronic health

legal privacy  scanning service for the Legal industry, but have evolved into much more. Source : P2E Scanning Services Resources Related to Preparing Yourself for the EHR Mandate in Massachusetts : Electronic Health Record (EHR) (Wikipedia) Preparing Yourself for the EHR Mandate in Massachusetts EHR is also known as : Electronic Health Record , EHR Certification , EHR Software , EHR Systems , EHR Programs , EHR Deals , EHR Interoperability , EHR Adoption , Compare EHR , EHR Suppliers , EHR Information , EHR Read More...
It’s About Time “Legal” Got Involved
On May 16th, a press release surfaced describing a new ASP (Application Service Provider) serving the legal industry. Trouble is, the new company’s website

legal privacy  United States, provides the legal market with integrated high-end applications and services via a common Web browser. Traditionally, application services providers (ASPs) deliver a variety of services over an Internet platform. According to their press release, ASPORA will take this concept farther and be focused on providing the legal market with both high-end products and services - integrated seamlessly. Instead of integrating a variety of software applications and systems themselves, ASPORA will Read More...
The Roaring Penguin Training Network
A recent paper presented evidence that Bayesian filtering could be effective using a shared Bayes database, even among hundreds or thousands of different users.

legal privacy  Roaring Penguin Training Network Roaring Penguin's CanIt® software solutions will stop spam before it reaches your mail server. CanIt products provide per user Bayesian analysis including access to the RPTN Bayesian training database. Source: Roaring Penguin Software Resources Related to The Roaring Penguin Training Network : Bayesian Spam Filtering (Wikipedia) Email Filtering (Wikipedia) The Roaring Penguin Training Network Bayesian E-mail Filtering is also known as : Bayesian Approach to Filtering Read More...
Boost Productivity, Save Money, and Avoid Legal Liability with Message Archiving
Analysts estimate that 80 percent of a company’s intellectual property is in its e-mail. Finding this information when it’s needed can be a major source of

legal privacy  Save Money, and Avoid Legal Liability with Message Archiving Analysts estimate that 80 percent of a company’s intellectual property is in its e-mail. Finding this information when it’s needed can be a major source of frustration for employees—one that can consume hours per week and megabytes of storage. But clearly these documents must be retained, not deleted. Learn about a searchable archiving solution that protects companies from liabilities as well as increasing storage costs. Read More...
Legal Services: Strategies for Profitable Growth
Successful law firms set themselves apart by becoming virtual extensions of their clients’ organizations, thus forging relationships that lead to greater

legal privacy  Services: Strategies for Profitable Growth Successful law firms set themselves apart by becoming virtual extensions of their clients’ organizations, thus forging relationships that lead to greater loyalty and profitability. That’s why it’s critical to gain a deeper understanding of each client’s requirements. It’s also vitally important to determine which types of assignments command premium pricing, and then focus on building on those areas of specialization. Read More...
How Does Fortiva Meet FRCP Requirements?
Does your business have a records management policy that addresses e-mail? Well if it doesn’t, now’s the time to consider adopting one. To meet Federal Rules of

legal privacy  on-demand archiving solution, your legal team can easily develop e-mail policies—making compliance with legal discovery demands much easier. Read More...
The Emerging Threat of Legal Liability for Failure to Prevent Spyware Attacks
Corporations striving to comply with data security laws and regulatory initiatives must implement anti-spyware measures. Businesses who fail to take reasonable

legal privacy  Emerging Threat of Legal Liability for Failure to Prevent Spyware Attacks Corporations striving to comply with data security laws and regulatory initiatives must implement anti-spyware measures. Businesses who fail to take reasonable physical, administrative, and technical measures to prevent the unauthorized acquisition, alteration, or destruction of valuable information, risk costly and disruptive legal proceedings. And courts and responsible agencies will freely second-guess such decisions in the Read More...
Data Privacy: Protecting the Core of your Business
Many companies are struggling to comply with a patchwork of regulations related to sensitive corporate information. As a result, companies are looking for new

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