Your Oracle software, hardware, and related services agreement includes policies that apply to the products and services you order. View all Oracle software, hardware, and service policies. Your Oracle Cloud Services order identifies the Oracle Cloud Services agreement that governs the order. If your order was placed on or after June 26, 2019 and refers to the Oracle Cloud Services Agreement available on www.oracle.com/contracts, that order will be governed by the June 26, 2019 release of the Oracle Cloud Services Agreement. For each “Add-on Order” to an Original Cloud Services Order, the version of the Oracle Cloud Services Agreement in effect on the date of the Original Order will apply to the Add-on Order, even if the Add-on Service Order is placed after an updated version of the Cloud Services Agreement is posted. An “add-on order” is an order that updates the quantity or type of cloud services previously ordered, for example. B by adding capacity, new user subscriptions, or additional SaaS service applications. Your order for Oracle Aconex Cloud Services identifies the old Aconex Terms of Service that govern the order. If your order does not refer to the version number of the Aconex Terms of Service that applies to the order, the version number mentioned in the last service order that extends, extends or extends the current order will apply.
Oracle has standard terms that govern the use of cloud services. These contracts for cloud services can be found here. At Oracle, transparency in our contracts and policies is critical to our business. We offer uniform contractual terms for all our products and services worldwide. Your Oracle Consulting agreement contains the policies and service descriptions that apply to the services you order. Find Oracle Consulting policies and service descriptions. Oracle has standard contracts and policies that govern terms, service descriptions, and the provision of cloud services. To learn more about these contracts and policies for cloud services, please click on the links below. The following are referenced in the cloud service agreement and are available here for easy access.
. The Aconex Online Terms of Service and the Aconex Acceptable Use Policy, which can be found here, apply only to orders placed with existing customers who use older Aconex Terms and Conditions. If you have any questions about the applicability of version 26. June 2019 of the Services Data Processing Agreement or earlier versions of the Cloud Services Data Processing Agreement placed below on your current cloud service order(s) before June 26, 2019, please contact your Oracle sales representative. . Your Oracle Support Services agreement contains the policies and service descriptions that apply to the Oracle Support Services deployment. Find Oracle Support Services policies and descriptions, as well as specific information about support renewals. . If your Oracle Services Order (Order) is placed on or after June 26, 2019 and the Oracle Services Data Processing Agreement does not expressly exclude it, the June 26, 2019 version of the Oracle Services Data Processing Agreement above will automatically apply to your order. The Data Processing Agreement includes a European DPA Addendum that contains additional terms for processing personal data processed by Oracle on behalf of customers and subject to the data protection laws of the EU/EEA, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland.
The European DPA Addendum also contains Oracle`s binding corporate rules for processors by reference. . The change statement also describes the key benefits to customers of Oracle`s binding corporate rules for processors, such as. B provide an additional layer of GDPR accountability, such as providing an additional layer of GDPR accountability, and explain how this meets the specific GDPR information requirements for data processing agreements. More information on binding corporate rules in general can be found here. . To assist you in reviewing changes to the Data Processing Agreement, we will provide you with a notice of change and guidance document for our Data Processing Agreement for Services as of June 26, 2019. You can find information about Oracle pricing here.
As part of our ongoing efforts to help our customers meet their data protection and security requirements under the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other European data protection laws and regulations in the EU/EEA, the UK and Switzerland (“European Data Protection Act”), Oracle EMEA Ltd has obtained EU/EEA-wide approval from the European Data Protection Authorities for its Binding Corporate Rules for Processors (“BCR-p”) to receive. .