A common example is subscribing to a service to bring a number of preconfigured desktops with your software image (i.e. the default programs you use) into your other workspace within the necessary 24 hours. The parties to the service contract are the customer and the service provider. The Customer is the natural person or company seeking the Service in search of the Service, while the Service Provider is the natural person or company providing the Service. Service providers can sometimes be identified as „individual contractors“, „freelancers“ or „consultants“. Service contracts define agreements between customers and service providers. Contracts are used to ensure that both parties understand the terms of the agreement. Typical contracts deal with topics such as the scope of work and terms of payment. Account release under service contracts. A legitimate subscriber can share a service illegally, so an IoT service provider supports two users for the price of one. An example would be a person who parks his car on a smart property and then hands the passport to a friend who is inactive outside – who parks again with the same pass. Another example could be home monitoring, where two neighbors work together to connect wireless motion sensors to a common access point and pay a one-time monthly fee — to have two homes monitored. The Material Ownership Clause declares that the materials developed as part of the Services are the exclusive property of the Customer.