Cookies Policy

On the website, "cookies" are used to personalize your online experience. A “cookie” is a text file that is placed on your computer’s hard drive or your mobile device by a Web server and that is utilized to recognize when your computer or mobile device returns to the website after having previously visited the site.

A primary purpose of cookies – both in general and with respect to the website - is to enhance your online experience, such as by providing convenience and efficiency, and by remembering your preferences in order to save you time when, for example, you later navigate between pages on the website. Dialogic also uses cookies to track the pages you visit within the website in order to provide information (such as whether you have previously visited the website) as well as to better understand how the website is being utilized (such as determining what portions of the website are the most popular or most widely used).

Cookies are not used to run programs or to deliver viruses or other harmful content to your computer or mobile device. Also, cookies are uniquely assigned to you, and can only be read by a Web server in the domain that issued the cookie to you.

Most web browsers automatically accept cookies; however, you have the ability to decline or “turn off” cookies by modifying your web browser settings to decline cookies. To adjust the Cookies settings in your browser, please use the Help portion of your browser.

Immediately below is a Table, which lists the cookies used - as of the "Revised" date at the bottom of the page - in connection with as well as the vendor, the purpose, and the category for each cookie.  As indicated in the Table, both so-called “first party cookies” (i.e., those where Dialogic is the listed Vendor) and “third party cookies” (i.e., those where Dialogic is not the listed Vendor) are utilized in connection with the website.


Cookies we use

Cookie Name   Domain   Vendor   Purpose  Category
 __utma   Google   Google Analytics  Targeting
 __utmb   Google   Google Analytics  Targeting
 __utmc   Google   Google Analytics  Targeting
 __utmz   Google   Google Analytics  Targeting
 __unam  Google  Google Analytics Targeting
 _ga   Google  Google Analytics Targeting
 __hstc   HubSpot   HubSpot Analytics  Targeting
 __hssrc   HubSpot   HubSpot Analytics  Targeting
 __hssc   HubSpot   HubSpot Analytics  Targeting
 hsfirstvisit   HubSpot   HubSpot Analytics  Targeting
 hubspotutk   HubSpot   HubSpot Authentication  Strictly Necessary
 _hs_opt_out  HubSpot  Opt out of HubSpot tracking Targeting
 isCookieEnabled   Dialogic  Website functionality test Functionality
 saveAuth   Dialogic   Login options Functionality
 CSUser   Dialogic   Telligent Community Authentication
 SSOUser   Dialogic   Single Sign-On Authentication 
 tsEmail  Dialogic  Single Sign-On Authentication
 tsToken Dialogic  Single Sign-On  Authentication
 website#lang   Dialogic   Language preference  Functionality 
 AuthorizationCookie   Telligent    Authentication
 .ASPXAUTH   .NET  To determine if user is authenticated  Authentication
 ASP.NET_SessionId  .NET   To maintain ASP.NET Session State Functionality

As indicated above, it is your choice whether or not to accept cookies in connection with your use or visitation of the website; Please realize, however, that turning off or blocking cookies may result in you being unable to fully utilize the website and at least some of its functionality and features (e.g., interactive features).  Moreover, blocking cookies will likely result in cookies being blocked not just with respect to, but also other websites as well.

Revised: December 2016