You may visit Enablence Technologies Inc.’s (“Enablence”) website (“Site”) anonymously if you wish, in which case we will not request that you provide any personal information. On the other hand you may choose to request certain products and services from Enablence in which case you will need to provide Enablence with personal information.
Personal information means any information that may be used to identify you, including but not limited to your first and last name, your name or your employer’s business name, job function, address, email address and phone and fax numbers.
Enablence provides you the opportunity to “opt in” to receive emails regarding product and service notifications (e.g. relating to new products, product status and collateral updates, special features and more), marketing updates and press releases. In other words, we will require an affirmative action such as checking off the appropriate box to indicate your consent before providing you with such emails.
Collection, Use and Disclosure of Personal Information
Enablence collects personal information from visitors to the Site only when: (1) you register for a Enablence account on the Site, or when you subsequently modify that information; and (2) after registering and obtaining a Enablence account on the Site, you choose to purchase or otherwise request a product or a service or related information from Enablence, you submit a technical enquiry, you ask to be included in an email or other mailing list, you choose to participate in a user survey for the purpose of providing feedback to Enablence regarding your needs or to allow Enablence to enhance your future visits to the Site, or you otherwise log onto the Site and request information from Enablence.
Reviewing and Making Changes to Your Personal Information
If you have a registered account on the Site you can review and make changes to your personal information at any time by accessing the account.
When you visit our Site our servers will log your computer’s IP address. Enablence will only link your IP address to your personal information for internal tracking and system administration.
Enablence protects your account information by requiring that you enter your password to gain entry to your Enablence account. We and our subsidiaries and business partners also safeguard your personal information and the other data you send to Enablence with physical and electronic means and good management practices. We urge you to change your passwords often, use a combination of letters and numbers, and make sure that your browser is patched to a level recommended by the software vendor.
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You acknowledge and confirm that the Internet is not a secure medium where privacy can be guaranteed and that your use of the Site, including information you transmit to the Site, may be subject to access by, or disclosure to, other persons. Enablence shall not be responsible for any harm you or any other person may suffer in connection with any such breach of confidentiality or security.