SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES Sample Clauses

SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained in the Agreement, Affiliate shall have the right to distribute the Service via any technology, now existing or hereafter created, used by a System to deliver the Service to Basic Subscribers.
SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES. You must acquire, license and use in developing and operating your Restaurant, the Software we designate or approve for use by RAGIN' RIBS(SM) Restaurants (collectively, the "SOFTWARE"), and the computer services, components, equipment, computer hardware, telecommunications and Point of Sale, equipment or services that we periodically specify in the manner we designate (collectively, the "COMPUTER SYSTEM"). We may require you to obtain specified computer and communications hardware, equipment, components or Software and services (like DSL, Frac, T-1, Road Runner or ISP) and may modify specifications for and components of the Computer System from time to time. Our modifications and specifications for components, equipment, services and operating or communications of the Computer System may require you to incur cost to purchase, lease or license new or modified Software or computer or communications hardware, equipment, components or Software and to obtain service and support for the Computer System during the Term of this Agreement. You agree to incur such costs in connection with obtaining the computer hardware and Software comprising the Computer System (or additions or modifications) operating it in accordance with our System Standards and ensuring that it is compatible with, and capable of participation in and performing the functions we designate for engaging in any form of e-commerce we designate or approve. Within 15 days after you receive notice from us, you must obtain the components of the Computer System that we designate and require. The Computer System must be capable of connecting with our Computer System performing the functions we designate, including permitting us to review the results of your Restaurant's operations, and engaging in any e-commerce activities that we designate or approve. We also have the right to charge you a reasonable systems fee for modifications of and enhancements made to any proprietary software that we license to you and other maintenance and support services that we or our affiliates furnish to you related to the Computer System.

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Research, Science and Technology Cooperation 1. The aims of cooperation in research, science and technology, carried out in the mutual interest of the Parties and in compliance with their policies, will be: (a) to build on existing agreements already in place for cooperation on research, science and technology; (b) to encourage, where appropriate, government agencies, research institutions, universities, private companies and other research organizations in the Parties to conclude direct arrangements in support of cooperative activities, programs or projects within the framework of this Agreement, specially related to trade and commerce; and (c) to focus cooperative activities towards sectors where mutual and complementary interests exist, with special emphasis on information and communication technologies and software development to facilitate trade between the Parties. 2. The Parties will encourage and facilitate, as appropriate, the following activities including, but not limited to:
Use of Technology Participants are subject to all existing laws (federal and state) and University regulations and policies on use of technology, including not only those laws and regulations that are specific to computers and networks, but also those that may apply generally to personal conduct such as:  UC Electronic Communications Policy: http://policy.ucop.edu/doc/7000470/ElectronicCommunications  UCLA E-mail Policy and Guidelines: http://www.adminpolicies.ucla.edu/app/Default.aspx?&id=455  IT Services Acceptable Use Policy: http://www.bol.ucla.edu/policies/aupdetail.html  The UC Policy on Copyright Ownership: http://copyright.universityofcalifornia.edu/resources/copyright-ownership.html  Bruin OnLine Service Level Agreement: http://www.bol.ucla.edu/policies/BOL_SLA.pdf Any violation may result in technology related privileges being restricted or revoked and may also result in The University undertaking disciplinary or civil action. If the violation constitutes a criminal offense, appropriate legal action may be taken.
Licensed Technology (a) Except as set forth on Exhibit D, LICENSOR, LICENSOR is not aware of any interference, infringement, misappropriation, or other conflict with any intellectual property rights of third parties, and LICENSOR has never received any charge, complaint, claim, demand, or notice alleging any such interference, infringement, misappropriation, or violation (including any claim that LICENSOR must license or refrain from using any intellectual property rights of any third party). To the knowledge of LICENSOR, no third party has interfered with, infringed upon, misappropriated, or otherwise come into conflict with any of the LICENSED TECHNOLOGY.
Background Technology Except as otherwise set forth herein, each Party shall retain ownership or Control, as the case may be, over its Background Technology. The owner of any patentable Background Technology shall have the right, at its option and expense, to prepare, file and prosecute in its own name any patent applications with respect to such Background Technology and to maintain any patents issued thereon.
Information Technology Systems Computing and Communication: Party shall select, in consultation with the Agency of Human Services’ Information Technology unit, one of the approved methods for secure access to the State’s systems and data, if required. Approved methods are based on the type of work performed by the Party as part of this agreement. Options include, but are not limited to: Voter Registration: When designated by the Secretary of State, Party agrees to become a voter registration agency as defined by 17 V.S.A. §2103 (41), and to comply with the requirements of state and federal law pertaining to such agencies.
Software Development Systems development efforts shall comply with applicable Government-wide Federal Information Processing Standards developed by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, applicable public laws, Office of Management and Budget circulars, and NRC policies and procedures. Particular attention is necessary to incorporate security features in the design of systems that process sensitive data. The format of software deliverables is specified in NRC Bulletin 0904-4. If any deliverable is provided on diskette, the diskette shall be scanned for viruses by the contractor and verified to be free of viruses before delivery to NRC. All software development, modification, or maintenance tasks shall follow general guidance provided in NUREG/BR-0167, “Software Quality Assurance Program and Guidelines.” NRC shall advise the DOE Patent Counsel with respect to any rights in the software that NRC desires under any particular project, which rights include NRC imposing restrictions on use, and distribution of the software by DOE or the Laboratory.