Bes

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BlackBerry Enterprise Server

A server component from BlackBerry that synchronizes mail and calendar data between BlackBerry phones and enterprise messaging servers, primarily Microsoft Exchange. By supporting corporate email, BlackBerry Enterprise Server (BES) was the major ingredient that enabled BlackBerry phones to take off in the 2000s.

In January 2013, BES 10 was introduced, a major upgrade that provides a single console for managing BlackBerry 10, Apple iOS and Android devices. See BlackBerry, BlackBerry 10 and BlackBerry Balance.
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Bes

shaggy-haired, shortlegged god with tail. [Egyptian Myth.: Leach, 138]
See: Hair
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After being turned down by a number of banks and other organisations, Mr Stone approached a Bristol company, Redcliffe Associates, to create a business expansion scheme. However, the directors of Redcliffe Associates got behind the project and, instead of offering the BES shares to their clients, as intended, purchased two-thirds of the available equity.
Prospective investors can also include venture capital funds, business expansion scheme funds, corporate investors
The tax reliefs available to investors are similar to those who invested under the now defunct Business Expansion Scheme. The difference is that under a BES an investor had to put cash into an unquoted trading company to qualify for relief.

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