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Use of Cookies on Sybase.com and International Sybase Web sites

This privacy notice tells you what to expect when the Sybase Web site collects personal information. It applies to information we collect about:

 

When you visit Sybase.com, the system collects standard internet log information and details of your visit behavior patterns. Sybase uses this information to determine popularity to certain pages, and usage patterns in order to make appropriate resource investment decisions into certain products or content.   We collect most information in aggregate form, which does not personally identify you.   On Sybase.com and other English language sites owned by Sybase, for example, sybase.co.uk, we also use a cookie that assigns an id number to your visit, to test user engagement with specific content and page layouts.   Again, this information does not personally identify you by name, but by browser session.  

Use of Cookies on Sybase Web Properties

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by any Web site that you visit. They are widely used in order to make certain Web site functionality work, or to remember your preferences with respect to navigation, or content.   One of the cookies we use is essential for parts of the site to operate and has already been set (see "Essential site cookie" below). You may delete and block all cookies from this site, but parts of the site will not work.

Cookie Name Purpose

sybase.com

sybase.co.uk 

sybase.fr, 
sybase.de, 
sybase.it, 
sybase.es, 
sybase.be, 
sybase.ch

JSESSIONID  Essential for user interaction with many parts of sybase.com. Allows users to log into the personalized area of Sybase.com, sections and pages that are authorized for a specific role, and remembers the login status. Remembers preferences such as page passwords, or which section in the right column was open, or redirects users to a mobile device format if they are browsing via a smartphone . It also captures user acceptance to free license agreement terms for trial software.
sybase.com cookie

LeftNavSections

isMobile

 

pageP

Allows for left navigation to be kept open/closed  

Identifies users on mobile devices and serves m.sybase.com

 

Stores password for pages gated by a password

Eshop cookie eShop session id Multi-core pricing, a specific pricing option for our database products,  is set as a cookie when visitors select those specific products in our online store.
Test & Target, Recommendations Engine  mbox Tracks user traffic patterns in aggregate form to provide metrics on user interest as well as personalized content according to user interest
SiteCatalyst

 s_vi 

 

s_sq

 

s_cc

Tracks user visit time/date in aggregate form to provide metrics for Web site visits. This cookie is persistent

Tracks information on previous link clicked on by a user on any given page.  This is a session cookie, expiring when the browser closes

Determines whether cookies are enabled in a browser. This is a session cookie, expiring when the browser closes

blogs.sybase.com

session cookies:
bb2_screener_ PHPSESSID

Persistent cookies:
comment_author_
comment_author_email_
comment_author_url_

When a user comments on a blog post, this cookie is stored on their machine. It contains their commenter information (name, email, url). Any future comments will have the corresponding fields filled in in the comments field. This cookie expires yearly. A session ID and an identifier for spam detection cookie are also set for users who comment.
eloqua.com a) ELOQUA - visitor tracking / Recognize client site visitor

b) ELQSTATUS - Confirm permission to recognize visitor and track activity
a) this is a visitor tracking cookie placed by Eloqua that recognizes visitor information and clickstream. This is a persistent cookie

b). this is a tracking permission cookie that confirms a user permission status and activity on the visited site. This is a persistent cookie
BizoData Bizo.com a) This cookie stores anonymous bizographic profile data for the user. Bizographics may include anonymous codes for business demographics such as company size, industry, job function, seniority level, but will not include any personally identifiable information
TubeMogul _tmid (TubeMogul ID) This is a visitor tracking cookie placed by TubeMogul,  a BrightCove video analytics partner that supports analytics collection for usage of our videos. It only tracks new or unique users and does not collect any personal information.  it stores aggregate data to provide video display, click counts and timed engagement for each video. This cookie is set for 1 year. 

Most Web browsers allow control of most cookies through the browser settings.   Cookies can be blocked or deleted through your browser's options or preferences screen.   To find out more about cookies, including how to see what cookies have been set and how to manage and delete them, visit  www.allaboutcookies.org  or click here.


 



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