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Last updated May 30, 2022
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All systems and services are owned and operated by Databeat.Net AS, ORG NR: 979 846 193, Sandstuveien 68 0680 Oslo, Norway.
Databeat.Net is responsible for processing your data. It is voluntary for those users that visit our website and to provide personal information associated with our services such as subscribing to our newsletter, visiting the site, signing up for a free demo, using the sharing option via our website. The foundation of processing for this is that we get consent from each and single user unless otherwise specified.
Databeat.Net will receive personal data about you, depending on if you are a customer, demo user, website visitor, or software-user. Some of the personal information is categorized as personal data and will be described in detail in this paragraph. For us to be able to deliver our services, thus fulfilling our part of the agreement we have with you as a customer of Databeat.Net, then we will collect the following information about you:
We will delete this information for this purpose when customer relationships are terminated and your contact information as well as media files that are stored on your DatabeatOMNI account
If you are only a subscriber to our newsletter then you will use the following information:
If you do not want to receive more newsletters, you can choose to unsubscribe.
In DatabeatOMNI you remain in full control over your data. What to keep. for how long and how to delete permanently.
Click here to learn more: How do I delete data from DatabeatOMNI
The “Social Share” feature on our website can be used to forward links via email or to share the content with others via social media. Information about the sharing is logged with us and used to enter the sharing of other channels. How the popular web community handles, your agreement with the other channels governs the data. Hubspot.com provides this feature
It is optional for you as a visitor of our website that cookies are placed on your browser, and you can choose to delete already downloaded cookies at any time. You can also reserve yourself against using cookies in most web-browser settings.
As part of the effort to create a user-friendly website, we look at the user pattern of those who visit the site. To analyze the information, we use analytics tools that collect the user cookies issued by trusted third parties. These third parties are Google and Hotjar.
The analytics tools use third-party cookies that register the user’s IP address and provide information about the individual user’s interactions with our website. Examples of what information you send us are; how many people visit the different pages of our website, how long the visit lasts, the time of the tour, whether the user visits the site repeatedly, the user’s geographical location (down to city level) which websites users are from and which browsers are used. For this purpose, we use Google Analytics and Hotjar.
In addition to Google Analytics, we use Hotjar. Hotjar makes a recording of user sessions to create heat maps over usage patterns. Your mouse and click movements are recorded so we can analyze how our web pages are used and that we can improve our user experience. Everything stored is anonymous.
The issuer of the cookies and link to their privacy statement:
For advertising outside of email, we use the following suppliers and their cookies on our website:
Newsletter and email marketing
It is possible to subscribe to newsletters and targeted marketing from Databeat.Net for anyone who wishes to receive such information. For us to send an email to the correct person, we need to register your name and email.
Hubspot is the data processor of the newsletters and email marketing on behalf of Databeat.Net by handling the registered recipient’s e-mail addresses and distributing newsletters to the users that have freely given consent and opted-in into getting emails from Databeat.Net As
We send out newsletters in different frequencies in the month of those who are customers/users or who have subscribed to our newsletter.
For DatabeatOMNI to provide the solution that was contracted by the user, the app is dependent on getting access and permissions from the user. The following steps are related to these third-party solutions providers.
When the user clicks on the Google app icon, they are directed to the login page for Google Gmail, they write in their credentials such as email and password. When the user has entered their credentials, they are forwarded to a second stage where they see which type of data that the DatabeatOMNI app will use or have to access Data is limited to or what is shown on the permissions page.
After the user has accepted the permissions page, the DatabeatOMNI app will receive an OAuth token. All further communication will be via this token. This OAuth token will be saved in Databeat. Net database. The user has to agree to rules and permission set to get access to the application.
We do not save user credentials; all communication is done via the OAuth token.
The personal data that we collect is:
Note: The Google account that is used to link the DatabeatOMNI app to Google Apps has to be a global administrator.
When the user clicks on the Office 365 /Exchange icon, they will have to enter their login ID and password. These are the same credentials that the user uses to login to Office 365 Portal. Note that this data is stored in the DatabeatOMNI to provide access to the feature.
Below are the steps of the data collection process;
The user has now linked their account with the DatabeatOMNI app; if everything is done correctly, the calendar icon in the app will be green and marked with the third-party solution chosen for the process.
The DatabeatOMNI app will have access to people, rooms, and resources that are linked in their organization. It will be displayed in three respective tabs within the application separately.
The DatabeatOMNI app will store and keep the organizations' data like the following:
For more information on the detailed setup, please visit our support page, support.databeat.net
Databeat.Net will always use best practices to safeguard your personal information. These data may be stored in the systems, and given the consent, you have provided about the use of data. This will mainly be Databeat.Net’s core system, which operates on Microsoft Azure’s data centers in Ireland and the Netherlands.
Microsoft Azure – Privacy Statement
When you log in to your DatabeatOMNI account with your username and password, all information will be encrypted using encryption protocols such as “Transport Layer Security TLS” and “Secure Socket Layer (SSL).” We use these protocols on all websites where we process information about you.
When ordering services and products via DatabeatOMNI, you must use the TLS or SSL custom web browsers, such as Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, or Chrome. This ensures that information about you remains confidential and that they are protected when transmitted over the Internet.
The personal information below will typically be required to process to fulfill the following:
How we share personal information with others:
We do and shall not sell, rent, or share your personal information with other companies, organizations, or associations.
If you find that we have inaccurate or inadequate personal information about you, you have the right to review, delete, or correct your information. Users who have access to Databeat.Net’s software DatabeatOMNI can change or remove their data.
Send an e-mail to GDPR@databeat.net if you want to be deleted and receive written confirmation for it.
As a user of Databeat.Net’s services, you are required to:
If you wish to contact Databeat.Net AS regarding the privacy statement or other relevant privacy issues, please email GDPR@databeat.net