We use cookies for technical reasons, and to facilitate user activities on cloudtal’s web pages. Cookies are also used to monitor traffic on our website, and for statistical purposes.

The collected information is anonymous and doesn’t contain any personal information such as names or email addresses. cloudtal cannot track any information about the visitor.

We use cookies for the following reasons:
  • Let the system recognise returning users in order to customise navigation and the services.
  • Make it easier for you to navigate the website, e.g. by remembering previous choices and to let you create favourites/shortcuts for services.
  • Develop and improve the website by understanding how it is used.
  • Calculate and report user volumes and traffic.

We also use so called third party cookies from other companies for market research and trafficking metrics, and to improve the website’s functionality.

How to decline this service

No browser is the same. Have a look in your browser’s help function for information on how to change your cookie settings.

You can set or edit your browser’s settings in order to accept or decline cookies at any time, but please note that if you decline cookies your access to certain functions and areas of the website may be limited. You can find well-written and simple instructions on how to handle cookies in different browsers at www.allaboutcookies.org. You can also visit Google’s help pages for instructions on how to clear cookies in the most common browsers.

If you have any questions regarding cloudtal’s use of cookies and other technologies, please send us an email via our Customer Service and Feedback Form, and we’ll send you an answer to your questions.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small text file that a website requests to save on the visitor’s computer. Cookies are used on a lot of websites in order to give the visitor access to various functions. The cookie information can be used to follow the user’s surfing movements on other websites that use the same cookie.

What does the law say?

The electronic communication law states that everyone who visits a website must be informed that the website contains cookies, and of the purpose of such cookies. The user must also give consent for the use of cookies.