The information Infield Systems holds
For visitors to one of our websites Infield Systems only logs your IP address to monitor visitor activity and no other personal information is collected or stored.
For visitors registering to Infield Systems' sample services or subscribing to the company newsletter and mailings service as a necessity you will enter your name, email address and your country. Your IP address will also be logged.
For visitors who are registered users of InfieldLive and the Offshore EnergyGateway the only information stored is the information that you have provided Infield Systems in order to activate your account. When you login you will be required to accept Infield Systems Limited Standard Terms & Conditions of Business and confirm that the email and secret password that you are using belongs to you and that you currently work for the company that the account you are attempting to login into. When you login, Infield Systems will monitor all of your activity on the company's servers and capture the time, date and the source IP address. This is information is captured so that the company's services and research can be tailored to best reflect clients' requirements as well as to protect the company's intellectual property from misuse.
What does Infield Systems do with this information?
Only Infield Systems has access to users' accounts and other information collected via the company's website. All of this information is held within an internal client management system and only authorised employees have access to it. Infield Systems will not give or sell any information held about clients or visitors to any outside company, organisation, affiliated company or individual for any use, including marketing or solicitation. Periodically, Infield Systems will use the information to notify you of important announcements regarding special offers or important functionality changes to the company's websites and services as well as industry events.
Infield Systems Limited keeps the industry informed of its products and services through an emailed newsletter detailing product and event announcements. Each email includes a valid return email address, the company's full name, address, telephone and fax numbers as well as a mechanism by which individuals can adjust the settings to the newsletters and mailings they receive. Individuals can also remove themselves entirely from the circulation list. An email recipient need only make one request to be removed from all future mailings, though recipients should check the email address that has been used in case it has been forwarded from another mailbox.
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17 September 2010