Webex Teams End User License Agreement

“Software” means the object code and machine-readable version of computer programs provided with Cisco Cloud Services for Collaboration Technology and made available by Cisco for licensing to Customer, including firmware and all copies, bug fixes, updates or upgrades thereof. 5.2 Cisco is not responsible for anything you or other users submit to the Developer`s Website, the App Hub Website, or any modification or deletion of your data or the data of others from the Developer`s Website or the App Hub Website. The Cisco End User License Agreement (EULA) and any additional terms are listed below. Cisco software is licensed to the registered end user. Unless otherwise stated, the terms below govern your use of Cisco software, both on-premises and in the cloud. 3.1 By submitting your Apps to the App Hub Website, you grant Cisco a worldwide, royalty-free, sublicensable license to: (a) review and test your Apps, (b) list and make available your Apps on the App Hub Website, (c) remove your Apps from the App Hub Website for breach of the Terms of Use, and (d) use trade names; Trademarks, service marks, logos, and domain names published with your Apps on the App Hub website (“Your Names”) while your App is listed on the App Hub website. You agree to be bound by the terms of this EULA by (a) downloading, installing, or using Cisco technology; or (b) your express consent to this EULA. 12.5. Transactions with Cisco Partners. If you purchase Cisco technology from a Cisco Partner, the terms of this EULA apply to your use of that Cisco technology and supersede all inconsistent terms of your agreement with the Cisco Partner.

4.2 Subject to the terms of these Terms of Use, Cisco grants you a royalty-free, non-exclusive, non-transferable, non-sublicensable license to use the Cisco Marks solely for the purpose of identifying your Applications as compatible with the Services. When using the Cisco Marks, you agree to (A) comply with all Cisco Trademark Usage Guidelines provided to you by Cisco, and (B) the Cisco Brand Policy, which can be found at (collectively, the “Cisco Guidelines”). Cisco`s policies are incorporated by reference and are subject to change without notice. If Cisco determines that your use of Cisco`s trademarks does not comply with these Terms of Use or Cisco`s policies, Cisco will notify you of the defect and give you 14 days to remedy it. .