A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   L   M   N   O   P   R   S   T   U   V   W 


refers to how much data you can send through a network or modem connection

It is usually measured in bits per second, or "bps." You can think of bandwidth as a highway with cars travelling on it. The highway is the network connection and the cars are the data. The wider the highway, the more cars can travel on it at one time. Therefore more cars can get to their destinations faster. The same principle applies to computer data -- the more bandwidth, the more information that can be transferred within a given amount of time.


BlackBerry Enterprise Service / Server

BlackBerry Enterprise Service/ Server is a middleware software package that exists on a company owned server. BES allows access to the full functionality from devices and services offered by BlackBerry; this includes email and security management as well as features that are accessable only through BES, such as BlackBerry Balance.


Bring Your Own Device

"Bring Your Own Device" is a policy that allows employees of a company to bring their personal devices to work and do work on them. Though each company determines the extent of this policy for themselves, it is still debated as to what should be considered a typical level of access to company data by the employee, and what personal employee data the company should be able to access, on the device.


Like our support? We bet you'll like our service!
Contact us  now for more information!

Hosted VoIP | Fax Services | Cloud ServicesMicrosoft Exchange | Remote Backup | Internet Connectivity | VoIP Phones | Servers | Thin Clients


Login Form