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Estrapadus, LLC Usage Policy

 

Research Documents – Internal Use (within your company)

  1. While Estrapadus, LLC owns all right, title and interest in the Estrapadus, LLC Research, we are licensing it to you, the Licensed User, under the following conditions:

 

As a licensed user, you may use the Estrapadus, LLC research in the following ways:

 

You May Open It: You may open as many Estrapadus, LLC Research documents as you like under the terms of your license, provided that such opening is: (i) for your personal use, (ii) within your job, and (iii) within the scope of your Services; and meets the CONDITIONS set forth below.

 

You May Print It: You may print a Estrapadus, LLC Research document for your personal use in your job role, but not for sharing with any third-party either inside or outside the organization, provided that such printing is: (i) for your personal use, (ii) within your job, and (iii) within the scope of your Service; and meets the CONDITIONS set forth below.

 

You May Share It: You may share an excerpted or derivative version of the Estrapadus, LLC Research (see below), but not the entire Estrapadus, LLC Research document, so long as such sharing is (i) internal within your organization, (ii) in support of your job role; and meets the CONDITIONS set forth below.

Conditions:

 

It is not done on a systematic or routine basis (e.g., by a Licensed User who consistently distributes a periodic summary or excerpt of Estrapadus, LLC Research or who leverages a company business process that allows non-Users to approach the Licensed User to meet their Estrapadus, LLC Research needs);

  • It is limited to an internal audience only of no more than 15 people; and
  • It is not done with the intent or effect of avoiding the purchase of additional User licenses.
  • The following uses constitute acceptable sharing of Estrapadus, LLC Research:

 

Excerpted use: You may include a small excerpt of Estrapadus, LLC Research (e.g., a few lines of text not to exceed 5 sentences, a paragraph, or a specific graphic) in an internal report or presentation (attributing Estrapadus, LLC as the source).

 

Derivate use: You may briefly summarize the Estrapadus, LLC Research in your own words for your project team or senior-level decision makers (attributing Estrapadus, LLC as the source).

The following uses constitute unacceptable sharing of Estrapadus, LLC Research:

 

You may not share Estrapadus, LLC Research in either printed or electronic format with any third-party individual either internal or external to your organization.

 

You may not share Estrapadus, LLC Research with any third-party groups either internal or external to your organization via email, intranet posting, or other information storage & retrieval systems.

 

  1. Because Information Technology is rapidly evolving and changing, Estrapadus, LLC Research should only be relied on as of a certain date and time:

 

As a licensed user, once your license term has ended, you must adhere to the following rules:

 

  • You must delete all soft copies of Estrapadus, LLC Research documents from your internal system. Storing Estrapadus, LLC Research is prohibited.
  • You must destroy all printed copies of Estrapadus, LLC Research documents.

 

Best Practices for using Estrapadus, LLC Research

 

What if I want to use Estrapadus, LLC Research internally within my company:

 

For my own personal use or for a colleague?

 

Acceptable Use

Dawn (Licensed User) can open and access as many Estrapadus, LLC Research documents as she wants within the scope of her company’s purchased Service. Dawn can also print one hard copy of any individual Estrapadus, LLC Research document for her personal use – so long as such use is in connection with her job role at her company.

 

Frank (Licensed User) has read a Estrapadus, LLC Research document that he would like to share with his colleagues, Joan and Larry. Estrapadus, LLC permits such sharing through its “SHARE” option located in the icon bar on the Estrapadus, LLC Research document page. Please note, in order for Joan and Larry to access the Estrapadus, LLC Research document, they must be Licensed Users with the same level of access as Frank. Regardless of whether the recipient is a Licensed User, Estrapadus, LLC as a general rule does not permit the downloading and forwarding of the PDF of the Estrapadus, LLC Research document.

 

As a summary with a small group of colleagues in a business meeting?

 

Acceptable Use

Frank (Licensed User) read an interesting Estrapadus, LLC Research document on Strategic Cost Management which he would like to share in a business meeting with 10 of his colleagues. Rather than copying and distributing the Estrapadus, LLC Research document in its entirety, he summarizes the main points in a memorandum that he provides to his colleagues. This is an acceptable use so long as the summarizing is not done on a systematic or routine basis (e.g., by preparing and distributing a periodic summary of Estrapadus, LLC Research) and so long as distribution is limited to an internal audience only of no more than 15 people

 

Unacceptable Use

 

Dawn (Licensed User) is the only Licensed User in her department. She has the sole function of reviewing Estrapadus, LLC Research documents and distributes summaries on (1) a recurring basis and/or (2) to a large number of people in her department. This is an unacceptable use because Dawn is sharing her summary of the Estrapadus, LLC Research document (1) on a systematic or routine basis and/or (2) to an audience of non-Users that extends beyond a 15-person project team. While permitted on an occasional and non-routine basis, Dawn’s sharing in this instance is being done on a routine and systematic basis (which eliminates the need to purchase additional User Licenses). If a Licensed User is unclear as to what level of summarizing is permitted under a particular Service, they should consult with their Estrapadus, LLC Account Representative.

 

Unacceptable Use

 

Frank (Licensed User) purchased a Estrapadus, LLC service that he hopes to use to compile a regular weekly “IT Newsletter” for his Non-User colleagues. His plan is to include in that newsletter excerpts from numerous Estrapadus, LLC Research documents that he believes will be of interest to the group. This is unacceptable use. While permitted in connection with an occasional internal report, Frank’s sharing may not be done on a routine or systematic basis (which eliminates the need to purchase additional User Licenses). If a Licensed User is unclear as to what level of excerpting or quoting is permitted under a particular Service, they should consult with their Estrapadus, LLC Account Representative.

 

As an excerpt/quote for an internal project?

 

Acceptable Use

 

Henry (Non-User) is working on a project and seeks advice from his colleague, Dawn (Licensed User). Dawn jots down some information she learned from Estrapadus, LLC Research documents, including a small excerpt from a Estrapadus, LLC report, and sends it to Henry. The excerpt is properly attributed to Estrapadus, LLC.

 

Dawn (Licensed User) schedules a meeting with her project team and inserts one quote, consisting of 2 sentences, and one graphic from a Estrapadus, LLC Research document into her PowerPoint presentation. She is careful to properly attribute Estrapadus, LLC per section 6.1 of the Estrapadus, LLC Copyright and Quote Policy.

 

Unacceptable Use

 

Frank (Licensed User) purchased a Estrapadus, LLC service that he hopes to use to compile a regular weekly “IT Newsletter” for his Non-User colleagues. His plan is to include in that newsletter excerpts from numerous Estrapadus, LLC Research documents that he believes will be of interest to the group. This is unacceptable use. While permitted in connection with an occasional internal report, Frank’s sharing may not be done on a routine or systematic basis (which eliminates the need to purchase additional User Licenses). If a Licensed User is unclear as to what level of excerpting or quoting is permitted under a particular Service, they should consult with their Estrapadus, LLC Account Representative.

 

As the entire Estrapadus, LLC Research document or summaries for my colleagues in a way that is aligned to my entitlements?

 

Acceptable Use

Dawn (Licensed User) is working on a strategic initiative for her company’s management. As part of this short-term project, she needs to share pertinent Estrapadus, LLC Research with her Senior Managers. Since Dawn subscribes to a product that includes the right to share a discrete number of documents internally within her company, she is able to share this research with her Senior Managers.

 

Frank (Licensed User) has read a Estrapadus, LLC Research document that he would like to share with his colleagues, Joan and Larry. Estrapadus, LLC permits such sharing through its “SHARE” option located in the icon bar on the Estrapadus, LLC Research document page. Please note, in order for Joan and Larry to access the Estrapadus, LLC Research document via “SHARE,” they must be Licensed Users with the same level of access as Frank. Regardless of whether the recipient is a Licensed User, Estrapadus, LLC as a general rule does not permit the downloading and forwarding of the PDF of the Estrapadus, LLC Research document.

 

Henry (Licensed User) has been tapped to head up a new team to investigate Cloud Computing for his company. He has found several Estrapadus, LLC Research documents that he would like to share with his team at their next project meeting. Each of the Estrapadus, LLC Research documents that Henry wishes to share contains a watermark with “This Research note is restricted to the personal use of henry.campbell@company.com.” Because the service to which Henry subscribes allows him to share 10 Estrapadus, LLC Research documents internally, he can disregard the watermark messaging and use the Estrapadus, LLC Research documents in the manner set forth in the relevant Service Description.

 

Unacceptable Use

 

Sally (Non-User) is responsible for numerous projects throughout the year and often seeks information from her colleague, Frank (Licensed User). Frank researches Sally’s project topics on Estrapadus, LLC.com and forwards the relevant Estrapadus, LLC Research document(s) in their entirety to Sally. Each of the documents that Frank forwards to Sally contains a watermark with “This Research note is restricted to the personal use of frank.smith@company.com.” This is an unacceptable use because Frank does not subscribe to a product that permits this type of sharing and Sally is not a Licensed User. In order for Sally to view a Estrapadus, LLC Research document in its entirety, Client should contact their Account Executive to purchase an additional User License. The Account Executive will make sure to find an appropriate solution to meet Sally’s requirement.

 

As part of a presentation for his project team, Frank (Licensed User) excerpts multiple graphics from a Estrapadus, LLC Research document and inserts full pages of the document into the appendix of his presentation which he plans to share with his project team. This is an unacceptable use because Estrapadus, LLC does not permit wholesale copying or sharing of its Research documents. Estrapadus, LLC does, however, permit the internal use of small excerpts of text and single graphics from Estrapadus, LLC Research documents, so long as there is proper attribution per section 6.1 of the Copyright and Quote Policy. Alternatively, Frank could purchase a Reprint License so that he could use the entire document, per the terms of his Reprint License.

 

Because Sally (Licensed User) is the only Licensed User in her department and/or within her organization, non-Users across the organization ask Sally to provide summaries, excerpts and/or simple data points from Estrapadus, LLC Research for their personal business use. As a Licensed User, Sally can only excerpt from or summarize Estrapadus, LLC Research on a non-routine basis. By servicing non-Users across her department or organization, Sally’s excerpting and summarizing may be viewed as routine (either because she is leveraging a company business process that allows non-Users to routinely approach her to fulfill their Estrapadus, LLC Research needs or because she is servicing so many one-off requests from non-Users that her use of the Service in this manner may be considered routine). These are unacceptable uses because they have the intent or effect of avoiding the purchase of additional licenses.

 

As the entire Estrapadus, LLC Research document with a department or company wide audience in a way that is aligned to my entitlements?

 

Acceptable Use

 

Frank (Licensed User) reads a Estrapadus, LLC Magic Quadrant where his company is positioned in the Leader’s quadrant for that particular technology. Eager to display this Magic Quadrant on his company’s public facing website, Frank purchases a Reprint License of the Magic Quadrant from Estrapadus, LLC. Estrapadus, LLC thereafter sends to Frank a formatted Reprint version of the Magic Quadrant that he may post on his company’s intranet site per the Reprint License.

 

Unacceptable Use

 

Frank (Licensed User) is responsible for researching emerging technologies for his department. When he finds a Estrapadus, LLC Research document of interest he either places the document(s) in a team folder on a shared server or sends out a group e-mail with the attached PDF version of the document(s). This is an unacceptable use because Estrapadus, LLC does not permit Licensed Users to post the PDF version of a Estrapadus, LLC Research document on department or company-wide servers or team share folders. Frank can summarize the relevant Estrapadus, LLC Research document(s) for his team or alternatively he can purchase a Reprint License for the relevant Estrapadus, LLC Research documents.

 

By storing on my laptop or office computer/device?

 

Acceptable Use

Dawn (Licensed User) is often called upon to travel in her job role. As such, she likes to read Estrapadus, LLC Research documents on her laptop computer while en route. As a Licensed User, you are allowed to download a PDF version of the Estrapadus, LLC Research document for your own personal use (where PDF capability is an option on Estrapadus, LLC.com). As a general rule, however, Estrapadus, LLC does not permit Licensed Users to download a PDF version of the Estrapadus, LLC Research document for the purpose of distributing to others, inside or outside of their company and regardless of whether the recipient is a Licensed User.

 

 

 

Frank (Licensed User) found a Estrapadus, LLC Research document that he thought would be interesting to read on a future date. Because he often travels he decided to store the Estrapadus, LLC Research document on his laptop so that he may access it while offline. This is an acceptable use so long as the storage is for Frank’s personal use only (i.e., not intended for re-distribution) and so long as Frank deletes all of the Estrapadus, LLC Research documents stored on his device in the event he chooses not to renew his license.

 

 

 

Unacceptable Use

 

Sally (Licensed User) is an administrator in the IT department of her company and is responsible for providing research access to her department. Often times she likes to forward Estrapadus, LLC Research documents to others in her department working on key projects. To facilitate this distribution, she has downloaded and stored a number of Estrapadus, LLC Research documents to a shared server. As a general rule, Estrapadus, LLC does not permit the downloading and storing of Estrapadus, LLC Research documents on internal storage and retrieval systems for others to access (e.g., interdepartmental servers, company-wide intranet or bulletin boards, SharePoint or other information storage & retrieval systems).

 

 

 

Frank (Licensed User) has decided not to renew his Estrapadus, LLC license due to budget constraints. Two weeks prior to his contract end date, Frank peruses Estrapadus, LLC.com and downloads a large number of Estrapadus, LLC Research documents that he thinks he will need for future reference. All Estrapadus, LLC content including Estrapadus, LLC Research documents is owned and copyrighted by Estrapadus, LLC. Client companies are permitted to access and view the Estrapadus, LLC Research for the license term set forth in their Service Agreement. Once that license term has ended, the Licensed User is no longer permitted to use or store the Estrapadus, LLC Research and will be expected to delete all remaining copies of Estrapadus, LLC Research documents on its internal systems.

 

And am willing to purchase additional entitlements?

 

Acceptable Use

 

Sally (Licensed User) subscribes to a Estrapadus, LLC for IT Leadership Team Plus: Team Leader License and is concerned because the terms in her Service Description for that product are different from the baseline License described in the Estrapadus, LLC Usage Policy. In instances where a specific Estrapadus, LLC product offering includes entitlements that are different from the baseline license in the Estrapadus, LLC Usage Policy, the terms of that product offering will apply (and take precedence over the baseline License in the Estrapadus, LLC Usage Policy) for the duration of Sally’s Service Agreement.

 

For Estrapadus, LLC forecast and/or market share data?

 

Acceptable Use

 

Bill (Licensed User) is responsible for Market Intelligence at his organization. For this quarter’s result only (e.g., once), he would like to share with his company’s India country manager the Estrapadus, LLC market share data that shows their #1 competitor’s revenue results for the quarter in the PC market in India. Bill plans on sharing this excerpt internally only with his company’s India Country manager and will appropriately source Estrapadus, LLC (i.e., stamped “company_name” Internal Use Only) and send to the country manager via email. This is an acceptable use because it’s a summary-level, small excerpt of data from a Estrapadus, LLC market share report reflecting no more than five (5) competitors, is done on an ad hoc basis (one-time only) and is for occasional use (one-time only) by an individual non-User (the India country manager).

 

Frank (Licensed User) is looking to provide his product marketing team of three (3) people the forecast data for mobile devices for an upcoming strategy meeting. His PowerPoint presentation includes three (3) years of forecast data for two (2) segments and he will appropriately source Estrapadus, LLC (i.e., stamped “company_name” Internal Use Only). This is an acceptable use because it’s a summary-level, small excerpt of data from a Estrapadus, LLC forecast report, is done on an ad hoc basis (one-time only) and is for occasional use (one-time only) by an internal audience only of no more than 15 people.

 

Unacceptable Use

 

Susan (Licensed User) is the only Licensed User in her Marketing department. She has the sole function of preparing Competitive Analysis for her company. She primarily supports the product management executives. She is repeatedly asked (i) for more than a summary data excerpt OR (ii) to import or otherwise enter Estrapadus, LLC Market Share data into an internal data warehouse or other internal system OR (iii) to post the data set, summaries of the data or excerpts of Estrapadus, LLC Market Share to her company’s internal intranet or external website. Each of these is an unacceptable use because Susan is being asked to share Estrapadus, LLC Market Share data on a systematic or routine basis, or import Estrapadus, LLC Market Share Data to an internal data warehouse or other system/tool or post Estrapadus, LLC Market Share data on a company intranet or external website (i.e., the i, ii and iii requests referenced above).