The Devil Is In The Data Center Occupancy Agreement

Law360, New York (November 6, 2014, 4:00 PM EST) -- Computer data storage needs can be dealt with in many, many ways, ranging from a company that builds its own data center on real estate that it owns to outsourcing the data storage needs to the "cloud." This article will not deal with "cloud" or "hosting" offerings but instead those situations where a company places its servers and equipment in a data center facility operated by a third party.

Real estate and data centers have been strange bedfellows since day one. It is a relatively new category of real estate and, as such, the providers of space for companies wanting to...

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