Terms of use

Terms of use

By using this website, you agree to these terms of use. If you do not agree to these terms of use, then you are not allowed to use this website.

These terms relate to the websites of Enable Professional Services and Enable Labs, and cover the website content that relates to any or all of our offices.

Wherever ‘Enable’ is mentioned on this website, it refers to any or all of Enable Professional Services Pty Ltd (Australia), Enable Professional Services Pte Ltd (Singapore), Enable Professional Services Ltd (Hong Kong), Enable Professional Services Co., Ltd ( Thailand), Enable Professional Services Private Limited (India) and Enable Labs. The website’s use of ‘we’ or ‘our’ or ‘us’ also refers to any or all of the same entities.

Unless otherwise stated, the contents of this website—including, but not limited to, its text and images, and their arrangement—are the property of Enable. All trademarks noted on this website are the property of their respective owners.


Use of content

The information provided on this website is free of charge and only for informational purposes.

You may view, copy, download, upload, transmit, print and/or distribute the content—including graphics, images, audio, video, html code, buttons, text, layout and any other content—on this website only if:

  • such use is only for informational, non-commercial purposes
  • you do not modify the material in any way
  • you attribute Enable as the copyright holder of any website content that you copy, print or distribute
  • you acknowledge we may use your personal information as per our privacy statement
  • you comply with Australian copyright law
  • you do not copy or use any proprietary content, processes or technology embodied in this website
  • you comply with these terms of use.


Intellectual property rights

This website contains intellectual property photographs, illustrations, artwork, logos, trademarks and copyright which is owned by Enable.  Unless permitted by law, you must not reproduce, retransmit, distribute, disseminate, sell, publish, broadcast or circulate any of that intellectual property in whole or in part without Enable’s prior written consent. While you may access and use the content of the website for your personal use, you must obtain our prior written permission if you’d like to modify, use, copy or reproduce any part of the website for any other purpose.


Additional terms

If any part of these terms of use is invalid or unenforceable in any jurisdiction, then in that jurisdiction:

  • the relevant part shall be re-construed to effect its intent to the maximum extent permitted by law
  • the remainder of these terms of use remain in full force and effect.

In this case, in every other jurisdiction, all of these terms of use remain in full force and effect.


Privacy and confidentiality statement

You should provide personal information to Enable via this website only if you consent to the terms of this privacy statement. By providing your personal information, you consent to its collection, storage, use and disclosure in accordance with this statement and Australian privacy law.

This statement explains how we collect, store, use and disclose personal information that we collect via our website. It also explains the rights of individuals to gain access to and/or have removed personal information that Enable holds.



While we recognise your right to deal with us anonymously, we usually require you to identify yourself when dealing with us.


Types of information collected

Via this website, we collect and hold the following types of information:

  • email addresses
  • names of individuals and organisations
  • job title


Personal information other than sensitive information

We will collect personal information (other than sensitive information) only if it is reasonably needed for one or more of our functions or activities. We may collect personal information via the website to, for example:

  • receive and respond to enquiries made via the website’s contact forms
  • register webinar participants
  • receive and respond to job applications
  • provide e-newsletter subscription
  • allow users to download our publications
  • supply marketing material if you indicate on the website that you would like to receive information about a topic or service.

We do not sell, transfer or disclose personal information to other organisations or individuals outside of Enable.


Sensitive information

We will collect sensitive information about you only by lawful and fair means, and only if:

(a) you consent to the collection of the information, and

(b) we consider the information is reasonably needed for one or more of our functions or activities


(c) the information is about our activities, and it relates to only Enable employees.


Aggregate information

When you visit our website, our internet service provider records the following information for statistical purposes: your server address, your top level domain name (e.g. .com, .gov, .au, etc.), the date and time of the website visit, the pages accessed and documents downloaded, the previous website visited, and the type of browser used. No attempt will be made to identify you or your browsing activities except, in the unlikely event of an investigation, when a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect our internet service provider’s logs.



Cookies track a visitor’s movements around a website. Our website does not collect session cookies.


Commercially confidential information

Please do not submit via our website any information that is commercial-in-confidence. If we do not have a pre-existing and documented business relationship with you, we cannot treat in confidence any (non-personal) information that you provide via the website.


Third party access

The information that you provide on the website contact forms is administered by the external agency Typeform, which manages the database on which your information is stored via a secure online cloud management system. Typeform is bound by agreements with Enable, prohibiting it from using the information for purposes other than those covered by these agreements.


Data quality, storage and security

We will take reasonable steps to destroy personal information, or to ensure personal information is de-identified, once we no longer need it for any legal use or disclosure.


Access and correction

You may access and seek to correct your personal information held by Enable by writing to our office—please see ‘Contact’ below.


Changes to our privacy statement

We may review and update our privacy statement from time to time, to reflect changes in Australian law, business practices and procedures, and changing privacy expectations. We will not notify individuals of privacy statement changes, but this website will always show the latest version of the statement.



Please contact Enable by phone +61 3 9094 1221 or email info@enableps.com if at any time you wish to:

  • remove your information from our database, or opt out of communications
  • request access to your personal information held by Enable
  • make a privacy related complaint
  • obtain more information about our privacy statement
  • ask about privacy matters generally.

If we become aware of personal information that is inaccurate, out of date, incomplete, irrelevant or misleading, we will take reasonable steps (if any are needed, and with regard to the purpose for which we hold the information) to correct the information in our records.



Any use you make of the information provided on this website, or on any website linked to this website, is at your own risk.

We have tried to ensure all information on this website is correct. But we make no warranty relating to the information’s accuracy, and we will not be liable if the information is inaccurate, incomplete or out of date.

This website’s hyperlinks to websites not operated by Enable are provided as a service to users. We are not responsible for linked sites, and we cannot give assurances about their content, operation or accuracy. Further, a link to another site or service is not an of that site or service.

The material on this website for general information purposes only and is not intended to constitute or substitute professional advice. Users should make their own assessment of the information and rely on it wholly at their own risk.

We accept no liability or responsibility for any interference with or damage to the User’s computer system or data occurring as a result of accessing this site. Enable does not guarantee or warrant that the contents in the website will be free of viruses, bugs, trojan horses, spyware or adware that may cause damage to your computer system or data. Users should ensure they have adequate protection to protect their computer systems when accessing the website.

Enable makes no representations about the suitability, reliability and accuracy of the information, services and other content contained on this website. Any reliance by the user on such material is therefore strictly at the user’s own risk.