Data Retention definition

Data Retention means the continued storage of Customer Data, for compliance or business reasons;
Data Retention means a process of retention of personal data for a specified purpose for a defined period;
Data Retention means each contracting party shall make a full backup copy of each database and file system daily and retain each such daily backup copy for seven (7) days. The backup copy will be stored in other location than original data.

Examples of Data Retention in a sentence

  • For further information on the deletion and disposal of personal data, please refer to the Company’s Data Retention Policy.

  • With respect to its obligations under this Section regarding Electronically Stored Information, the Assuming Institution will complete the Data Retention Catalog attached hereto as Schedule 6.3 and submit it to the Receiver for the Receiver’s approval of the Assuming Institution’s data retention plan.

  • For full details of the Company’s approach to data retention, including retention periods for specific personal data types held by the Company, please refer to our Data Retention Policy.

  • Section 3.0 Access and Data Retention by the SystemThe following questions are intended to outline the access controls for the system and how long the system retains the information after the initial collection.

  • Section 5.0 Data Retention by the projectThe following questions are intended to outline how long the project retains the information after the initial collection.

  • With respect to its obligations under this Section 6.3 regarding Electronically Stored Information, the Assuming Institution will complete the Data Retention Catalog attached hereto as Schedule 6.3 and submit it to the Receiver within thirty (30) days following the Bank Closing Date.

  • Information about how long we will keep records for can be found in our Data Retention Schedule.

  • Section 3.0 Access and Data Retention by the systemThe following questions are intended to outline the access controls for the system and how long the system retains the information after the initial collection.

  • Everyone who processes data on behalf of the congregation has responsibility for ensuring that the data they collect and store is handled appropriately, in line with this policy, our Data Retention policy and our Privacy Notice.

  • All personal data must be held in accordance with the congregation’s Data Retention Policy, which must be read alongside this policy.


More Definitions of Data Retention

Data Retention. The data retention policy in VANTAGE is 90 days for VANTAGE generated data. VANTAGE may be able to replace lost data after 90 days, it is not a general expectation.
Data Retention means when the Company holds personal data according to the applicable Privacy Laws, ensuring in particular, that personal data are adequate, relevant, accurate and up to date and are held for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which the personal data is processed. (See Section 7 of this policy)
Data Retention means the amount of data storage during the Trial Term.
Data Retention. You acknowledge that ZA Care has no obligation to you to retain data relating to any account or Campaign. You acknowledge that ZA Care reserves the right to delete data or to terminate accounts or Campaigns at any time and for any reason, with or without notice, and without any liability to you or to any third party for any claims, damages, costs or losses resulting therefrom.

Related to Data Retention

  • STATUS VERIFICATION SYSTEM This “Status Verification System” requirement, also referred to as “E-Verify”, only applies to contracts issued through a Request for Proposal process and to sole sources that are included within a Request for Proposal.

  • Contract Number means, with respect to any Contract included in the Trust, the number assigned to such Contract by the Servicer, which number is set forth in the related Schedule of Contracts.

  • Data Recipient means a legal or natural person, acting for purposes which are related to that person’s trade, business, craft or profession, other than the user of a product or a related service, to whom the data holder makes data available, including a third party following a request by the user to the data holder or in accordance with a legal obligation under Union law or national legislation implementing Union law;

  • Verification system means the system maintained by the department under section 19-24.1-31 for verification of registry identification cards.

  • Database Management System (DBMS) A system of manual procedures and computer programs used to create, store and update the data required to provide Selective Routing and/or Automatic Location Identification for 911 systems. Day: A calendar day unless otherwise specified. Dedicated Transport: UNE transmission path between one of CenturyLink’s Wire Centers or switches and another of CenturyLink’s Wire Centers or switches within the same LATA and State that are dedicated to a particular customer or carrier. Default: A Party’s violation of any material term or condition of the Agreement, or refusal or failure in any material respect to properly perform its obligations under this Agreement, including the failure to make any undisputed payment when due. A Party shall also be deemed in Default upon such Party’s insolvency or the initiation of bankruptcy or receivership proceedings by or against the Party or the failure to obtain or maintain any certification(s) or authorization(s) from the Commission which are necessary or appropriate for a Party to exchange traffic or order any service, facility or arrangement under this Agreement, or notice from the Party that it has ceased doing business in this State or receipt of publicly available information that signifies the Party is no longer doing business in this State.

  • Busy Line Verification (BLV means a service whereby an End User requests an operator to confirm the busy status of a line.

  • Data Log means a complete record of all Data Interchanged representing the Messages and their Associated Data between the parties;

  • Busy Line Verification (BLV) means a service whereby an End User requests an operator to confirm the busy status of a line.

  • Quality Management System means a set of interrelated or interacting elements that organisations use to direct and control how quality policies are implemented and quality objectives are achieved;

  • Earned value management system means an earned value management system that complies with the earned value management system guidelines in the ANSI/EIA-748.

  • Project Number means a unique number assigned to the project by the department or the city, village, town or county that is undertaking the project.

  • Database Management System (“DBMS”) is a computer process used to store, sort, manipulate and update the data required to provide Selective Routing and ALI.

  • data user means a natural or legal person who has lawful access to certain personal or non-personal data and is authorised to use that data for commercial or non-commercial purposes;

  • Safety Management System has the meaning given to it in the ISM Code.

  • Network Data Mover (NDM) or “Connect Direct” means the industry standard protocol for transferring information electrically.

  • payment system means a funds transfer system with formal and standardised arrangements and common rules for the processing, clearing and/or settlement of payment transactions;

  • Log means the up-to-date log that is used to track all Modifications to the Facility since the date of this Certificate as required by the Documentation Requirements conditions of this Certificate.

  • Service Level Agreement (SLA means the Contractual Commitment that prevails between the Buyer and the Service Provider with regard to type of service to be provided, deliverables, desired performance level, reliability and responsiveness, monitoring process and service level reporting, response and issue resolution time-frame, repercussions / penalties / remedies for service provider not meeting its commitment. The SLA of a particular contract may carry the matrix regarding the delivery of the goods and/or services and the corresponding penalties or remedies and liquidated damages as applicable.

  • Brand Name or Equal Specification means a specification which uses one or more manufacturer’s names or catalogue numbers to describe the standard of quality, performance, and other characteristics needed to meet District requirements, and which provides for the submission of equivalent products.

  • Master Batch Record means the document, proposed by Lonza and approved by Customer, which defines the manufacturing methods, test methods and other procedures, directions and controls associated with the manufacture and testing of Product.

  • Customer Service Agreement shall have the meaning as defined in the Master Agreement. “ Customer User” means an employee of Customer, a Customer Affiliate or Business Partner.

  • Service Level Agreement or SLA means the processes, deliverables, key performance indicators and performance standards relating to the Services to be provided by the Service Provider;

  • Unmanned aircraft system means an unmanned aircraft and associated elements, including communication links and components that control the unmanned aircraft that are required for the pilot in command to operate safely and efficiently in the national airspace system.

  • Safety Management Certificate has the meaning given to it in the ISM Code.

  • system user means a natural or legal person supplying to, or being supplied by, a transmission or distribution system;

  • Electronic Subcontracting Reporting System (eSRS) means the Governmentwide, electronic, web-based system for small business subcontracting program reporting. The eSRS is located at http://www.esrs.gov.