CloudCoreo,, and other CloudCoreo graphics, logos, page headers, buttons, icons, scripts, and service names are trademarks, registered trademarks, or trade dress of CloudCoreo or its affiliates in the U.S. and/or other countries (the “Marks”), and may not be copied, imitated, or used, in whole or in part, without CloudCoreo’s prior written consent. You will not display or use any Mark without CloudCoreo’s prior written permission, including but not limited to using any metatags or other “hidden text” utilizing any trademark, product of service name of CloudCoreo, and such written permission is valid only if executed by an authorized officer or other representative of CloudCoreo. All other registered trademarks and service marks are used for reference purposes only, and remain the property of their respective owners. Reference to any products, services, processes or other information, by name, trademark, manufacturer, supplier or otherwise does not constitute or imply an endorsement, sponsorship or recommendation by CloudCoreo.

Without limiting the foregoing requirement of a written permission to display or use any Mark, the following are specific prohibitions.

DO NOT USE MARKS WITHOUT PERMISSION. You are prohibited from using or displaying any Mark (logo or otherwise) unless you have an agreement with or express written permission signed by an authorized officer or other authorized representative of CloudCoreo.

DO NOT USE ANY MARKS AS THE NAME OF YOUR COMPANY, PRODUCTS, OR SERVICES, OR AS A DOMAIN NAME. You are prohibited from using or registering any Marks as all or part of your company, product, or service name in a manner that is likely to create confusion as to CloudCoreo’s sponsorship, affiliation or endorsement of your company, product, or service, or that may dilute the Mark.

DO NOT USE MARKS IN FALSE OR MISLEADING ADVERTISING. If CloudCoreo has authorized you in writing to use the Marks, your use of the Marks may not be misleading in any way. All uses must be in compliance with any applicable law, municipal ordinance, or administrative agency regulation.

DO NOT USE THE MARKS IN OBJECTIONABLE MATERIAL. If CloudCoreo has authorized you in writing to use the Marks, you may not use the Marks on or in connection with any defamatory, scandalous, pornographic, or other objectionable materials of any sort.

DO NOT USE THE MARKS TO DISPARAGE CLOUDCOREO. You may not use the Marks to disparage CloudCoreo, its products or services, or in a manner that may diminish or otherwise damage the reputation of CloudCoreo or the goodwill in the Marks.

Subject to the restrictions in this Trademark Policy or any agreement you may have with CloudCoreo, you may use the CloudCoreo Marks to (i) refer to CloudCoreo or its products or services and (ii) indicate a relationship with CloudCoreo (provided that any such relationships exists and CloudCoreo has authorized in writing your public disclosure of such relationship).

Subject to the other restrictions in this Trademark Policy or any agreement you may have with CloudCoreo, proper usage of the Marks is important for their continued protection. Proper usage aids existing and prospective customers who depend upon CloudCoreo’s goods and services and helps prevent the Marks from losing their distinctiveness and becoming generic. Licensees of the Marks under a written agreement with CloudCoreo may have different rules of usage set forth in their agreement(s) with CloudCoreo, in which case such Licensees should follow the guidelines set forth in those agreements.

SET THE MARKS APART FROM SURROUNDING TEXT. When a Mark is used in a non-stylized form, such as in the body text of an advertisement, it should be set apart and distinguished from the other words in the text. In order to do this, the Marks may be rendered in boldface type, italics, capital letters, underscored, or set in quotation marks. The common way to set trademarks apart from other words or nouns is to capitalize the product name and use the appropriate trademark symbol and appropriate descriptor.

For example:

Correct: After you use the CloudCoreo® software service
Incorrect: After using CloudCoreo programs

USE THE MARKS AS ADJECTIVES. Trademarks are adjectives and should be followed by the generic term they modify, such as “website” or “services.”


USE THE PROPER TRADEMARK SYMBOL. Contact us for information and resources.

USE THE PROPER TRADEMARK ATTRIBUTION STATEMENT. All marketing collateral, advertisements, product packaging, web pages, manuals, and studies that include the Marks also must include the proper trademark attribution statement crediting ownership of the Marks to CloudCoreo. Typically, the attribution statement is displayed at the end of the material, in the footer of the document, or on the back of the package. The correct trademark attribution statement is: CloudCoreo® and the CloudCoreo Logo are service marks or registered trademarks or registered service marks of CloudCoreo, Inc. Other names may be trademarks of their respective owners.

You may not use any CloudCoreo logo unless you have an agreement with or express written consent from CloudCoreo authorizing such use and executed by an authorized officer or other representative of CloudCoreo. In the event that you are authorized to use a CloudCoreo logo, the use must comply with these additional guidelines (or the usage guidelines set forth in your license agreement, if those guidelines differ).

USE ONLY THE APPROVED MASTER ARTWORK. The CloudCoreo logos are single, standalone pieces of artwork. When reproducing the logos, use only the master artwork provided by CloudCoreo. Do not alter or distort the appearance of the logo in anyway, for example, by adding your own design elements or colors or changing the font. The logo must always look sharp, clean, and well produced.

ALLOW A MINIMUM CLEAR SPACE AROUND THE CLOUDCOREO LOGO. Never violate the clear space with any graphic elements, words or charts.

MAINTAIN LEGIBILITY. Never reproduce the logo in a manner that causes the logo to become illegible or blurry, which may happen if the logo is reproduced too small.

You are prohibited from using or displaying any Marks in any social media account names or displaying any CloudCoreo logo on any associated account, page, or community images, except if (1) you’ve secured written permission from CloudCoreo through a license or equivalent (though such licenses are not generally available in this context) as described above; or (2) you’re using a Mark (not including logos) to describe the purpose of your account, page, or community without suggesting affiliation with CloudCoreo. You are also prohibited from using the names or likenesses of any prominent individuals employed by CloudCore on your social media account.

For example, you are prohibited from naming your account, page, or community “CloudCoreo Forum” or “CloudCoreo Products” (unless you have secured the written permission of CloudCoreo as described above). However, you may name your account, page, or community “Forum for CloudCoreo Users” or “Information about CloudCoreo Products” as long as you do not use the CloudCoreo logos or otherwise suggest any affiliation with CloudCoreo.

If you learn of any uses of any trademarks that are confusingly similar to the Marks or that violates any of the rules described above, including failure to identify the Marks as belonging to CloudCoreo, please notify us at If possible, please provide a copy of the article or other medium in which the trademark violation appeared.