Privacy Policy

OnCloud is committed to safeguarding your right to privacy and to maintaining the confidentiality of your personal data. The Privacy Policy OnCloud is applicable to any processing of personal data carried out within the scope of our activity, whether they are customers, employees, service providers, candidates, suppliers or any third person in the labour and commercial fields. To this end, we adopt administrative measures and internal procedures to comply with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
OnCloud is committed to the confidentiality and protection of the data of all persons with whom it relates, in legal terms and in compliance with the GDPR. The treatment of personal data is governed by Law 67/98 of 25 October on the Protection of Personal Data.

Where and how is personal data collected?
OnCloud collects personal data mainly through its website at the address and in the scope of its professional activity. In order to process the data, you may collect, record, organize, store, modify, retrieve, consult, use or otherwise make available, delete or destroy the personal data of your customers and employees through automated means or not.

What is the reason for collecting data?
OnCloud collects and processes personal data from two perspectives: in the context of its commercial or labour activity and in the field of marketing, with the explicit consent of the data subjects, and cannot process the data in the future in a way incompatible with these purposes.

All information collected by OnCloud is for your exclusive use and it undertakes not to sell, exchange, rent or share to any third party without the explicit consent of the user, except in the case of a court order.
Our goal with the collection of data is to comply with legal obligations with the competent authorities (in the case of customers and employees) and make known our services, projects and other useful information such as news and tips by email (in the case of marketing actions).
The data collected will only be those necessary and adequate to fulfill the purposes described and will be kept updated. Personal data may be preserved for a predefined period of time taking into consideration the purposes of processing and will be deleted or pseudonymized after the period of preservation.

What are the rights of the data subjects?
The holders of personal data can and must exercise their rights regarding the way their personal data are processed. In case of doubt, opposition or any other matter, they may contact OnCloud through the contacts we provide for that purpose. The new regulation brings a number of rights to the holders:

Right of access - Data subjects have the right to know all data collected about them and what the purpose of use is.

Right of rectification - Data subjects may request that their information be updated or corrected.

Right to forget - Data subjects may request that their information be forgotten. In other words, that any information up to that point about the person be deleted. Send an email to sending a data that identifies you. (e.g. email).

Right to portability - Data subjects may request that their information be transmitted to another organization or to a competitor.

Right of opposition - The persons involved may request that their information not be subject to certain processing or use. This can be done through opt-out.

Right to file a complaint - In the event that the data transferred by the data subject are not processed in accordance with the legal provisions, the data subject may file a complaint with the supervisory authority, which in Portugal is the National Commission for Data Protection.

Other data processing
OnCloud will notify you in good time, if necessary, of the processing of your data for a new purpose not covered by this document.

OnCloud reserves the right to change this Privacy Policy whenever necessary in order to comply with current laws and regulations. These changes will always be reported to employees, customers or any other interested parties by sending an e-mail, notice or in the most convenient way.


OnCloud uses its own and third party cookies in order to improve your online experience by analyzing data about the navigation on its website.

A cookie is a file that is downloaded by your computer, mobile phone or other equipment when you access our website. Cookies allow us to store and retrieve information about your browsing habits, including the number of pages you visit, the language used, the frequency and number of visits, the length of time you visit, the browser or equipment you use to visit the website.

The cookies that OnCloud uses are of functionality, as they only aim to collect information about the device with which the user accesses our site, so that we can automatically adapt images and content for a better presentation, fluidity and performance. These cookies therefore have the sole purpose of recording information so that navigation is faster and more efficient, eliminating the need to repeatedly enter the same information.

OnCloud also uses analytical cookies. These aim to collect statistical information with a view to improving and adapting the website's features and content.

All browsers allow the user to accept, decline or delete cookies by selecting the advanced browser settings. You can configure cookies in the "options" or "preferences" menu. Please note, however, that disabling cookies may prevent some web services from working properly and may partially or completely affect your browsing of the website.

OnCloud reserves the right to change the Cookie Policy whenever necessary in order to act in accordance with the new GDPR. Changes will always be reported to employees, customers or any other interested parties by sending an e-mail, notice or in the way that is most convenient.

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