AnyWare will ask you for information that personally identifies you, heretofore referred as “Personal Information”, or allows AnyWare to contact you. Personal Information collected by AnyWare is limited to the form fields that require user input on anywarecloud.com and portal.anywarecloud.com (subject to change without notice). AnyWare requests Personal Information when users sign up for AnyWare through anywarecloud.com on the “Get Started” page and when the user is submitting inquiries through anywarecloud.com’s “Contact Us” page. Further collection of Personal Information is collected within portal.anywarecloud.com through its various services solely for the service agreement between AnyWare and registered clients.
AnyWare uses Personal Information for the following:
Personal Information explicitly collected by AnyWare is not shared with a 3rd party. Personal Information cannot be requested from AnyWare by 3rd parties outside the necessity for payment processing (such as billing information and know-your-customer protocols).
AnyWare values the security of Personal Information as a core tenant of its business practices. Personal Information is stored securely in a closed environment with limited internal access. AnyWare adopts security practices to multinational enterprise standards. Security audits are done frequently to ensure the security of information managed by AnyWare.
AnyWare’s access to Personal Information is limited to those with discrete security permissions for the purposes of executing agreed upon services between AnyWare and its clients. Clients of AnyWare may request their Personal Information stored with AnyWare and associated 3rd parties such as Stripe and Microsoft. Clients who have Personal Information stored within AnyWare may retrieve Personal Information by sending a request through portal.anywarecloud.com or through firstname.lastname@example.org.
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