The growing demand for software, platforms, and infrastructure to be more scalable, faster/easier to use, and cost-effective has shifted us away from the traditional on-premises model to a cloud-based model. This post will dive into the three services above; SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS.
EULAs are usually used to govern how a specific software or service can be used. Sometimes, they might be attachments or exhibits within a SaaS, PaaS, or IaaS contract, especially at the enterprise level when the services may be passed through to a company’s customers/end users. Other times, the EULA may be a click-wrap or shrink-wrap license accompanied by an “accept” button. At the enterprise level, these are usually negotiable and should be, depending on their terms and how they would impact your customers. If you have questions or need a EULA drafted, revised, or negotiated, contact the Law Office of Elliott J. Brown, today!