Online Access Sample Clauses

Online Access. Upon an Event of Default, all of Seller's rights and access to any online internet services that Buyer makes available to Seller shall be provisional pending Seller's curing of all such Events of Default. During such period of time, Buyer may limit or terminate Seller's access to online services. Seller acknowledges that the information Buyer makes available to Seller through online internet access, both before and after an Event of Default, constitutes and satisfies any duty to respond to a request for accounting or request regarding a statement of account that is referenced in the UCC.
Online Access. The system(s) shall provide secure online access for Contractor use to all major files and data elements within the MCMIS including enrollee demographic and enrollment information, provider demographic and enrollment data, processed claims and encounters, prior approvals, plans of care and MLTSS electronic Care Management records, referrals, reference files, and payment and financial transactions.
Online Access. The Platform is accessible through the Website (and may eventually be accessible through a mobile application) and User’s use of the Platform and Website is subject to and conditioned upon compliance with the Terms of Use, which are incorporated in and made part of this Agreement as if fully contained herein. Each reference to the “Agreement” shall be deemed to mean this Agreement, together with the incorporated Terms of Use. For clarification, any reference to the “Website” in the Terms of Use includes the Platform. In the event of a conflict between the terms of this Agreement and the Terms of Use, the terms of this Agreement shall prevail.
Online Access. Subcontractor’s employees includeforeign persons” within the meaning of the U.S. export control laws, and foreign persons employed by Subcontractor may, subject to Section 6.2.1, have access to [**] computer or electronic data storage systems or networks in order to provide Services under this Agreement, unless otherwise specifically set forth in an Order. If Subcontractor is given access, whether at [**]’s premises or through remote facilities, to any [**] computer or electronic data storage system in order for Subcontractor to perform the Services, Subcontractor shall limit such access and use solely to perform Services and will not attempt to access any [**] computer system, electronic file, Software or other electronic services other than those specifically required to perform the Services. Subcontractor shall (i) limit such access to those Subcontractor Personnel with an express requirement to have such access in connection with this Agreement and/or any Order and, in doing so, shall comply with Section 6.2.1, (ii) advise Amdocs in writing of the name of each individual who will be granted such access and (iii) to the extent applicable to any Services and Materials to be provided by Subcontractor, strictly follow all [**] security rules and procedures specified in Exhibit B to this Agreement, and such other security rules and procedures to be provided to Subcontractor, for use of [**]’s electronic resources provided to Subcontractor from time to time. Upon Amdocs’s request, Subcontractor shall provide the social security number or other personal identification of each of its representatives, including Subcontractor’s employees and subcontractors’ employees, who will need access to any [**] system to perform Subcontractor’s obligations under this Agreement. All user identification numbers and passwords disclosed to Subcontractor and any information obtained by Subcontractor as a result of Subcontractor’s access to, and use of, [**]’s computer and electronic storage systems shall be deemed to be, and shall be treated as, Proprietary Information of [**] pursuant to this Agreement. Subcontractor shall cooperate with [**] (and Amdocs shall cooperate with Subcontractor) in the investigation of any apparent unauthorized access by Subcontractor to [**]’s computer or electronic data storage systems or unauthorized release of proprietary information of [**] by Subcontractor or any Subcontractor Personnel.
Online Access. You are responsible for maintaining the confidentiality of the password and account e-mail address used for online billing and account maintenance at xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx, and are fully responsible for all activities that occur under your password and account. You agree to: (i) keep your e-mail address and password confidential and not share them with anyone else; (ii) immediately notify BOLT of any unauthorized use of your password and account or other breach of security and (iii) use only your e-mail address and password to log into xxxx://xxx.xxxxxxxxx.xxx.
Online Access. Provide Internet access to “Issue Online,” desktop access to corporate and Shareholder information administered by Computershare, which permits data management including running standard reports such as Top 10 – 200 Shareholder lists, submitting real-time inquiries such as an issued capital query, and reporting by holding range · Provide Internet access to “Investor Centre,” which provides Shareholder account information, transaction capabilities, and downloadable forms and FAQs
Online Access. Licensee acknowledges that Online access to a Lexia Application on a workstation which Licensee owns or may lawfully access requires:
Online Access. Provider will use commercially reasonable efforts to cause the System to be accessible to Authorized Users 99.5% of the time, measured monthly and excluding scheduled maintenance, required repairs and inaccessibility due to any circumstance described in Section 11.5. If Customer requests maintenance, any uptime or downtime calculation will exclude periods affected by such maintenance. In the event of any failure of Customer to have access to the System 99.5% of the time during any month, Customer shall be entitled to a credit for each period of inaccessibility equaling 30 minutes in any month (“Downtime Period”) equal to 1% of the fees payable for such month (“Service Credit”). A Downtime Period shall begin to accrue as soon as Customer (with notice to Provider) recognizes that Downtime is taking place and shall continue until the accessibility of the System is restored. In order to receive the Service Credit, Customer must notify Provider in writing within ten (10) business days from the time of any Downtime Period and specify the length of such downtime. Failure to provide such notice will forfeit the right to receive Service Credit. Service Credits will be applied toward the Fees for the next renewal period and cumulatively may not exceed 20% of the Fees for that period. The foregoing Service Credits shall be Customer’s sole and exclusive remedy with respect to inaccessibility of the System.
Online Access. If Consultant is given access, whether on-site or through remote facilities, to any Company computer or electronic data storage system, in order for Consultant to accomplish the work called for in a Scope of Work, Consultant shall limit such access and use solely to perform work within the scope of such Scope of Work and will not attempt to access any computer system, electronic file, software or other electronic services other than those specifically required to accomplish the work required under such Scope of Work. Consultant shall strictly follow all Company security rules and procedures for use of Company electronic resources.
Online Access. All of Borrower’s rights and access to any online internet services that Lender makes available to Borrower shall be provisional pending Borrower’s curing of all such Events of Default and Lender may elect to terminate Borrower’s online access as provided for herein. During such period of time, Lender may limit or terminate Borrower’s access to online services. Borrower acknowledges that the information Lender makes available to Borrower through online internet access, both before and after an Event of Default, constitutes and satisfies any duty to respond to a request for accounting or request regarding a statement of account that is referenced in the UCC.