Privacy Policy

Our privacy policy

Technology in Business Limited performs IT, Software and Consultancy at Chester House Fulham Green, 81-83 Fulham High Street, London, SW6 3JA.

The purposes of this privacy notice/policy are to inform you of the way we collect and use data about you.

What personal information will be collected?

The categories of data that will be collected are:

Contact details

Personal information: name, preferred contact details

Website/app usage data and user preferences: marketing cookies etc.

How will the information be collected?

The data and information will be collected both directly and indirectly through/by the following:

Information provided by you to us when contacting our company or during the course of our business relationship;

Information about you provided by our commercial partners to us during the course of business;

Information collected through your use of our website.

How will the information be used (including shared/disclosed)?

We collect this data for the following reasons:


Contractual obligation

Legal obligation

Key interest

Legitimate interest

The legal grounds for us collecting this data are to collect data: about the persons we need to engage with during the course of business to carry out the business requested by such persons; and about persons wishing to contact us to enquire about using our business services.

The information will or can be shared with persons within our company.

How will the data be stored and secured?

The data will be stored in electronic systems at our business trading address(es), protected by standard encryption as provided by the computer systems we use to hold the data. The data will also be stored in third party software systems used during the course of our business including, but not limited to: email; contact databases; customer relationship management systems; accounting and invoicing software; project management software; marketing and emailing software.

Changes to and retention of the data

You are able to make changes to your data by contacting us at

Your data will be retained for 2 years or the default retention period of the software system used to store it, whichever is greater. On expiration of that date, your data will be electronically deleted using all reasonable endeavours on our part.

User’s rights including the right to object or withdrawal of consent

Your consent to our usage of your data can be withdrawn at any time. To do this, you must contact us at

Under UK data protection laws users have the following rights:

The right to be informed about the processing of personal information;

The right to have personal information corrected if it is inaccurate and to have incomplete personal information completed;

The right to object to processing of personal information;

The right to restrict processing of personal information;

The right to have personal information erased;

The right to request access to personal information and how it’s processed;

The right to move, copy or transfer personal information; and

Rights in relation to automated decision making which has a legal effect or otherwise significantly affects the user.

The above rights cannot be exercised in all circumstances and therefore not all requests will be approved by us. Any responses received will outline which rights apply (or don’t) and whether we will comply with the request or not and the reasons why.

Opting out of communications

You have the right to opt-out of marketing and other non-essential communications. To do this, you must contact us at

Right of complaint

You have the right to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office which enforces data protection laws:

If you do have a complaint we would also ask that you contact us at and we will do our best to help you.

Information regarding international data transfer

When information is to be transferred outside the UK or European Economic Area (EEA) then it will be solely for the purposes of providing services using third party software where no other reasonable alternative with data domiciled in UK or European Economic Area (EEA) exists.

We have the following safeguards in place to protect your data: we will only engage with reputable third party software providers who take data privacy seriously and have stated policies for data privacy that exceed our own. Where reasonably practical we will encrypt your data. We will protect credentials and systems used to store and access your data.

Cookie policy

Cookies are small pieces of text sent to your browser by our site. It helps us remember information about your visit, which can help and improve your experience of our website/app.

We use them for anonymised statistics about our site usage, and for remembering your preferences on our site.

The data collected by our cookies includes/does not include: data for the purposes of third party advertising.

Changes to the notice/policy

We reserve the right to make changes to this notice/template at any time to reflect updates to the law or changes to our data collection and security practices. We recommend that you review it regularly for your own knowledge and benefit. We strive to communicate clearly to our clients, and reserve the right to update this policy at any time.