Datasite uses selected sub-processors to meet the service levels detailed in our General Terms & Conditions and Data Processing Addendum. A sub-processor is a third party data processor that has or will potentially have access to or process customer data that may contain personal data. Unless transferred on the basis of an adequacy decision issued by the applicable supervisory authority, all transfers are governed by approved Standard Contractual Clauses.
|Datasite LLC||Customer & Application Support||United States|
|Datasite UK Ltd||Customer Support||United Kingdom|
|Datasite Hong Kong Ltd||Customer Support||Hong Kong|
|Microsoft Corporation - EMEA & APAC Customer projects||Cloud-based Data Center*||Germany West Central – Frankfurt (DR Germany North – Berlin)|
|Microsoft Corporation - Australia Customer projects||Cloud-based Data Center*||Australia East - New South Wales (DR Australia Southeast - Victoria)|
|Microsoft Corporation - Americas Customer projects||Cloud-based Data Center*||East US2 - Virginia (DR Central US - Iowa)|
|Merrill Technology Services India Private Limited||Manual Document Processing||India|
|Harman Connected Services Corporation India Pvt. Ltd||Application Support||India|
*projects may be hosted on any identified region upon request
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If you are a current Datasite customer, with a fully executed data processing agreement (“DPA”) in place with Datasite, you may notify us of an objection to Datasite’s use of a new Sub-Processor used to process your Content by sending such objection to [email protected] within twenty-four (24) days after Datasite notice of such new Sub-Processor, or such other period of time as set forth in your DPA. Objections shall be handled as described in your DPA.