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Bes

1. An ancient Roman unit of area approximately equivalent to 1,682 square meters.

2. See: Bessis.
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Tests indicate that the new platform offers five times the scalability of a BES, supporting as many as 10,000 devices per server or virtual machine, up from the maximum of 2,000 recommended for a BES," Panezic said.
Therefore, products without the appropriate BES 6001 and BS EN ISO 14001 certification will be excluded from use due to the fact that they do not contribute towards achieving this requirement.
Smaller businesses have the option of buying additional BES accounts, which could be quite a financial burden.
These listening centers enhance the BES literacy program.
For more information on the BES 6001 or Ibstock's commitment to responsible sourcing, visit www.
The BlackBerry Enterprise Server is designed to be a secure, centralised link between an organisation's wireless network, communications software, applications, and BlackBerry devices.
BES Express creates a "tiers within offerings that enable clients to find an in-between, with core BES features and security plus the stability of the platform without investing in premium services," said Quirin.
BES had agreed to return more than PS300,000 to affected customers and another PS670,000 will benefit consumers via the Business Debtline.
He commended BES efforts in highlighting Bahrain's business and investment advantages.
In all, the shareholders taking part own 22,789,387 BES shares and bonds.
A disorderly resolution of BES could create a serious disturbance in
Washington, August 26 ( ANI ): Researchers have discovered a new technique called Biphasic Electrical stimulation (BES), a non-chemical procedure, that they believe can be used for spinal cord injury patients in the future.