You may use the Cloud Service during the applicable term for Your internal business purposes only, and in accordance with the applicable Offer Description, Order, and Documentation. You are responsible for the accuracy, quality and legality of Your Customer Data, the means by which You acquired Your Customer Data and Your use of Your Customer Data with our Cloud Service. You will not (i) interfere with the Cloud Service, other customers’ access to the Cloud Service, or with the security of the Cloud Service; (ii) sell, resell, or distribute the Cloud Service; (iii) make the Cloud Service available to third parties as a managed or network provisioned service; or (iv) attack or disrupt the Cloud Service, including denial of service (DoS), unauthorized access, monitoring or crawling, or distribution of malware (including but not limited to viruses, Trojan horses, worms, time bombs, spyware, adware, or cancelbots).
This privacy statement applies to Cisco websites that link to it and describes how we handle personal information. Additional information about our personal information practices may be provided in the Supplemental Privacy Information on the Cisco Online Privacy Statement page or in notices provided at the time of data collection. Certain Cisco websites may have their own privacy statement that describes how we handle personal information for those websites specifically.
Effective September 1, 2017 - Master Data Protection Agreement (MDPA) for Systems Integrator Agreement, Service Provider Agreement, Vendor Services Agreement, Master Purchase Agreement, Master Service Agreement, Professional Services Subcontract Agreement, Supplier Base Agreement, Cloud Services Agreement or similar SaaS terms, Statement of Work, Service Description or Addendum related to the purchase of products and/or services, and applicable licensing and other agreements under which the Supplier has access to Protected Data, or if Supplier has access to Protected Data in the course of its performance under the applicable agreement.
This policy describes an authorized licensee’s rights with respect to reassignment of Cisco license entitlements between two (2) devices owned or leased by the licensee.
This document explains Cisco’s policy regarding the transfer of Cisco Software licenses between entities/end users.