The website cloudworks.no belongs to Cloudworks AS. Read more about us.
Cloudworks AS has company profiles on Facebook and LinkedIn. These are used for marketing purposes. We do not collect data about our followers or those who comment on what we share. Data that LinkedIn and Facebook register and share with us are based on overall demographics and statistics so that we can further customize our content.
When you send us your resume or other information as a job candidate, you agree that data you submit will be processed by Cloudworks AS for ongoing recruitment. We need to process your information to evaluate your application. The basis for this is the privacy regulation Article 6, paragraph 1a, which allows us to process information that the registrant has consented to.
Your personal information will be stored for up to 12 months. You have the right to access, correct and delete your personal information.
Cloudworks Group AS uses HubSpot as CMS. When you fill out one of our contact forms in order to, for example, participate in one of our webinars, receive our newsletter or you want a free demo, your information will be stored in our CRM system HubSpot. Your contact information will not be shared with any other companies.
We will use the information to be able to contact you directly if that is what you have requested, send your requested registration links, newsletter or other information that may be relevant to you. You can let us know at any time if you want us to delete you from our CRM system.
Sharing and forwarding of personal data
Cloudworks AS does not share your personal information with others and does not resend them.
If you have additional questions or comments about how we collect and process personal information on our webpages, please contact us by email email@example.com
We want to offer our users good and relevant web pages at cloudworks.no. This is why it is important for us to have access to information about usage patterns of those people who visit our website. None of this data will be used to identify individuals. In order to analyse usage patterns, cookies are sent to Google Analytics. Users’ IP addresses are anonymised. Google’s website provides an explanation of which cookies are used and how.