Company Systems definition

Company Systems means the computer and data processing systems, maintenance service agreements, and information, recordkeeping, account management, account management, communications technologies and other computer systems (including all computer programs, software, databases, firmware, hardware and related documentation) and Internet websites and related content used in the businesses of the Company and its Subsidiaries.
Company Systems means all computers, hardware, software, systems (including, without limitation, the Company's subscriber management system), facilities and equipment (including, without limitation, cable, wireline, wireless, microwave, satellite and any other telecommunications equipment and facilities, and embedded microcontrollers in noncomputer equipment) owned, leased or licensed by the Company or any Company Subsidiary and material to, or necessary for, the Company or any Company Subsidiary to carry on its business as currently conducted or intended to be conducted.
Company Systems has the meaning set forth in Section 3.12(h).

Examples of Company Systems in a sentence

  • Seller shall not modify or otherwise take corrective action with respect to the Company Systems except at Company's request.

  • Supplier shall deploy intrusion prevention systems and firewalls on all publically accessible Supplier computer systems that access Company Confidential Information or Company Systems.

  • Seller shall (consistent with the following sentence) ensure that no malware or similar items are coded or introduced into any aspect of the Facility, Interconnection Facilities, the Company Systems interfacing with the Facility and Interconnection Facilities, and any of Seller's critical control systems or processes used by Seller to provide energy, including the information, data and other materials delivered by or on behalf of Seller to Company, (collectively, the "Environment").

  • Supplier and its Representatives, if and when connected to or using Company Systems, shall abide by all applicable Company terms of use, standards and procedures.

  • Seller shall not modify or otherwise take corrective action with respect to the Company Systems except at Company’s request.

More Definitions of Company Systems

Company Systems means all computer, hardware, software, systems, and equipment (including embedded microcontrollers in non-computer equipment) embedded within or required to operate the current products of the Company and the Subsidiaries, and/or material to or necessary for the Company and the Subsidiaries to carry on their businesses as currently conducted.
Company Systems means all computer and information technology systems, platforms and networks owned or used by any Group Company (whether outsourced or not);
Company Systems means the refined petroleum product, crude oil, natural gas, liquefied natural gas, natural gas liquid and other pipelines, lateral lines, pumps, pump stations, storage facilities, terminals, processing plants, and other related operations, assets, machinery and equipment that are owned by the Company or any of its Subsidiaries or used for the conduct of the business of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries as it is presently conducted.
Company Systems has the meaning set forth in Section 4.13(i).
Company Systems means all Software (including Company Products), computer hardware (whether general or special purpose), information technology, electronic data processing, information, record keeping, communications, telecommunications, networks, interfaces, platforms, servers, peripherals, and computer systems (including any outsourced systems and processes) that are owned, leased, licensed or used by or for, or otherwise relied on by, the Company or its Subsidiaries in the conduct of their businesses.
Company Systems means Systems owned, leased or licensed by and operated by, or on behalf of, the Company or its Affiliates.
Company Systems means all information technology and computer systems (including computer software, information technology and telecommunication hardware and other equipment) relating to the generation, transmission, storage, maintenance or processing of data and information, whether or not in electronic form, used in the conduct of the business of the Company or any of its Subsidiaries.