September 22, 2014 | Roosevelt Hotel, New York, NY
Next to Grand Central Station on East 45th St and Madison Avenue, Midtown, New York

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Off in the Clouds, Legally Speaking
Presented by Tom Steinert-Threlkeld
You can put compliance into your computing cloud. But the cloud can't do the compliance for you.

That is the summation of Richard. T. Sharp, a partner at Milbank, Tweed, Hadley & McCloy LLP, New York, NY, who got the tough job of being the last speaker at Monday's High Performance Computing conference at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York. And took full advantage of his opportunity to toss cold water on the audience that remained to hear him out.

Sharp was trying to make sure that technologists don't go off into the clouds of computing, without thinking first about the regulatory and legal implications of putting tasks onto servers they don't keep in-house and don't directly control.

Read the full story at Securities Technology Monitor (http://www.securitiestechnologymonitor.com/blogs/-26127-1.html)