Everbridge has prepared this Acceptable Use Policy (“AUP”) as a guide for its clients to understand the intended and permissible uses of our service. This AUP sets forth guidelines for acceptable use of the applicable Everbridge service(s) (the “Service(s)”) by Client and its users.
The Services must be used in accordance with the guidelines for each Service. The guidelines for each Service product are set forth within the applicable Product Inclusion Sheet and the Support Services Guide.
You may use the Service only for lawful purposes and in accordance with this AUP. You may not:
If Client becomes aware of any content or activity that violates this AUP, Client shall take all necessary action to prevent such content from being routed to, passed through, or stored on the Everbridge network and shall promptly notify Everbridge. Client’s failure to comply with this AUP may result in Everbridge taking action anywhere from a warning, to a suspension or termination of Service. Everbridge will endeavor to provide notice to Customer prior to any suspension or termination of Service, but may immediately suspend or terminate in instances where continued provision of Service may cause significant harm to Everbridge, the Service or other clients.
Everbridge reserves the right to modify this AUP from time-to-time, in its sole discretion, effective upon posting a revised copy of the Acceptable Use Policy on https://everbridge.dk/about/legal/acceptable-use-policy/. Any use of Everbridge network and Services after such modification shall constitute acceptance of such modification. Any violation shall be sent to https://everbridge.dk/contact-us.
Everbridge, Inc., is a government contractor and is subject to the requirements of Executive Order 11246, the Rehabilitation Assistance Act and VEVRAA. Pursuant to these requirements, the Equal Opportunity Clauses found at 41 Code of Federal Regulations sections 60-1.4(a) (1-7), sections 60-250.4(a-m), sections 60-300.5 (1-11) and sections 60-741.5 (a) (1-6) are incorporated herein by reference as though set forth at length, and made an express part of this Agreement.