1 Who we are
D.H. Systems Consultancy Limited is a company which is registered in Scotland (Company Number SC182536) and has its registered office at Unit 11, The Clocktower, Flassches Yard, Edinburgh EH12 9LB.
2 What information we collect about you and how it will be used
2.1 When you use our service, we may obtain and process certain personal information about you. This information may include (if applicable) your name, e-mail address, user name and password and details of your activities as a user of the service.
2.2 Your personal information may be used by us to provide the service to you and (where applicable) your employer.
2.3 We may disclose your personal information to:
2.3.1 your employer;
2.3.2 any contractor appointed by us to process that information on our behalf in providing the service, including (but not limited to) any such contractor to which we have outsourced the operation of any part of our business or business infrastructure or which we have appointed to provide services to support any part of our business or its infrastructure;
2.3.3 any prospective and/or actual buyer of any or all of the business and/or assets of D.H. Systems Consultancy Limited;
2.3.4 any third party to whom we are legally obliged to disclose that personal information, including but not limited to the police or any court of competent jurisdiction; and
2.3.5 our professional advisers for the purposes of taking advice about our rights and obligations.
2.4 We will not use your personal information for marketing purposes without first seeking your permission to do so.
2.5 We will retain your information for so long as we reasonably require it in light of the purpose(s) for which we are holding it and all relevant legal, commercial and operational considerations.
3 Storage of your personal information
3.1 Your personal information will be held within the European Economic Area.
3.2 We follow strict security procedures in the storage and disclosure of personal information in order to ensure compliance with all applicable legal requirements, including by taking all reasonable steps to prevent unauthorised access or damage to, or loss or destruction of, personal information. However we do not accept responsibility for any such access, damage, loss or destruction arising from circumstances beyond our reasonable control.
5 Changes to this Policy
Any changes we may make to this policy in the future will be posted on this page. If we consider that the changes are significant we will provide you with more prominent notice, including, for example, notification by e-mail.