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When using ESS™, or accessing ExpenseServices.net™ and ExpenseServices.com™, you should be aware that:
- When you visit or process an expense report on ExpenseServices.com™ or ExpenseServices.net™ information about you is collected and stored on those sites. This information is in the form of request headers, URLs and any information that you key-in or upload.
- Request headers consists of a techincal description of your environment such as browser type or IP address. This information is stored in a process log and used by support staff to debug and troubleshoot issues. It is also used as input for future release planning. URL's are stored in the access log and are used for debugging, troubleshooting, and future planning.
- Information that you key-in or upload is stored in a database. This information is used by support staff to debug and troubleshoot issues. Contact information may also be used to contact you in the event the need arises.
- ExpenseServices.com™ ("The Company") will never knowingly share any of your keyed-in or uploaded information with a third party.
- SSL is available to encrypt data and passwords during transmission. You should ensure that the URL request in your browser begins with "https" and the browser security lock icon is showing when processing an expense report to take advantage of this service.
- The Company uses Verio VPS servers to host our Web site and store data. Although The Company and Verio make a reasonable effort to protect any information stored on the servers, The Company cannot be responsible for any breach, hack or other failure that results in the disclosure of your information. Click here for more information on Verio VPS servers.
- The Company uses Amazon Web Services (AWS), also known as the Amazon Cloud, to host our ESS demo site and store data. This site is also known as Expense Reporting as a Service™ (ERaaS™). Although The Company makes a reasonable effort to protect any information stored in the Amazon Cloud, The Company cannot be responsible for any breach, hack or other failure that results in the disclosure of your information. Click here for more information on the Amazon Cloud.
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