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 ====== White SW Computer Law Intellectual Property, Information Technology & Telecommunications Newsletter - June 2007 ====== ====== White SW Computer Law Intellectual Property, Information Technology & Telecommunications Newsletter - June 2007 ======
-===== SOFTWARE SOURCE CODE BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING ​=====+===== Software Source Code Business Continuity Planning  ​=====
 When a software developer is engaged to build a custom program, or enhancements to an existing program, the customer should ensure that their software development agreement includes provisions allowing it to have access to the source code. When a software developer is engaged to build a custom program, or enhancements to an existing program, the customer should ensure that their software development agreement includes provisions allowing it to have access to the source code.
  
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 When considering a disaster plan for your business, one factor that you should consider is how your business could be affected if one of your suppliers terminates an agreement, or otherwise ceases supply and how well your agreements have been drafted to allow you to trade on uninterrupted (including access to all the necessary source code) When considering a disaster plan for your business, one factor that you should consider is how your business could be affected if one of your suppliers terminates an agreement, or otherwise ceases supply and how well your agreements have been drafted to allow you to trade on uninterrupted (including access to all the necessary source code)
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-WHITE SW COMPUTER LAW\\ 
-JULY 2007**\\ 
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-This article is a guide only and should not be used as a substitute for proper legal advice, readers should make their own enquiries and seek appropriate legal advice. ​ 
  

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