Our web server collects only required information nothing extra like it collects domain names and not the email ids of site visitors. To diagnose problems with our server, analyse trends, administer the website etc. we use this information. In case we may also use your IP address for help in diagnosing problems with the server and to administer the website.
In no case will North Infotech, trade, rent or dispense the website visitor’s private details to any external body. The provided e-mail ids may only be used to address visitor probes. Extra visitor information such as “Designation” and “Company/Organization” will help us track requests to the applicable employee, best competent to answer the request.
The “Contact Us” form published on our site requires your contact data, such as name, email id, designation etc. We use the contact details you supply in the form to deliver you with the requested facts about our company. In the “Contact Us” form, users have the option to sign up to receiving news mailings from North InfoTech.
North InfoTech works all the necessary resources and techniques to prevent illegal access, maintain data stability, and to safeguard proper use of the collected visitor info.
When we stake information about you on our website, (for example, website data), we will never unveil personally identifiable info that could let other people recognize where you live or exactly who you are. Our legal obligation to disclose personal information we hold about you.
In order to frequently improve our web-site it is useful to know which the standard areas on our website are and how long our guests engage on them. We employ this in a number of ways. These are explained below
An IP address is a number that is automatically assigned to your computer whenever you’re surfing the web. Web servers automatically identify your computer by it’s IP address. North Infotech collects IP addresses for the persistence of system administration, and to generate reports and to review the use of our site. We do not associate IP addresses to anything individually distinguishable, which means that a participant remains unidentified to us.