Hosting Agreement Details

For full details of the programme, see: dbei.gov.ie/en/What-We-Do/Innovation-Research-Development/Hosting-Agreement-Scheme/ UCC is an accredited research organisation and may, as such, conclude hosting arrangements with third-country nationals (third-country nationals) for the purposes of research at the university. This Hosting Agreement (this “Agreement”) is entered into by and between Hostinger International Ltd, a limited liability company (“Hostinger”) and you, and will come into effect upon its electronic adoption. This agreement sets out the terms of use for the hostinger hosting services (the “Services”) and sets out the entire agreement between you and Hostinger regarding the subject matter of the agreement. Principal investigators who intend to hire a researcher from a third country must, as is currently the case, complete an appointment form. The appointment form should clearly indicate that the employee needs a hosting agreement and email contact information for the employee and the IP. We offer a service uptime guarantee of 99.9% (“service-uptime”) of available time per month. If we do not maintain this service-uptime guarantee in a given month (as set exclusively by us), you can contact us and request a credit of 5% of your monthly hosting fee for that month. The credit can only be used for the purchase of other products and services from us and is understood to be increased by the taxes incurred. The service-uptime warranty does not apply to service interruptions caused by: (1) regular maintenance or repairs that we may perform from time to time; (2) interruptions caused by custom scripting, coding, or installation of third-party applications; (3) failures that do not affect the look of your website, but simply affect access to your website, such as ftp and email; (4) causes that are beyond our control or that are not reasonably foreseeable, including, but not, DDOS attacks and IP blacklists; and (5) failures related to the reliability of certain programming environments. In addition, this system allows the researcher`s direct family to stay in Ireland for the duration of the agreement and work without a work permit. Once all documents are received, the admission contract and employment contract are sent to the employee in order to help obtain a visa (if the researcher is from a country that needs it). Website/server content.

Your website must not contain any of the following content: (1) image hosting scripts that allow an anonymous user to upload an image to be displayed on another website (much like Photobucket or Tinypic); (2) banner advertising services to be displayed on other websites or devices (commercial banner advertising rotation); (3) file dumps/mirrors that allow an anonymous user to download a file that can be downloaded by others (much like rapidshare); (4) commercial audio broadcasting (more than one or two streams); (5) push messaging button scripts that allow the user to indicate the recipient`s email addresses; (6) anonymous or massive SMS gateways; (7) backups of content from another computer or site; (8) Bittorrent tracker; or (9) any script that causes a deterioration in the performance of our server or network environment. The hosting agreement is used by the researcher, where applicable, for visa applications, state entry and immigration registration. Persons from visa-required countries may apply for a multiple-entry visa once they have registered in Ireland. Within three months of arriving in Ireland, researchers from non-EEA countries must register with their local immigration officer. An Immigration Registration Card (GNIB Registration Card) is issued by the Garda National Immigration Bureau to an EEA national who registers….

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