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What does PAS stand for?
PAS stands for Push Application Server (BackWeb Technologies)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
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- Panamerican Surety Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
INTERNET BUSINESS NEWS-(C)1995-2000 M2 COMMUNICATIONS LTD BackWeb Technologies has added SMS (Short Message Service) wireless delivery to the latest version of its BackWeb Push Application Server product.
The new release of the Push Application Server provides e-businesses with a single communications infrastructure to deliver targeted content to users via digital cellular phones and pagers, in addition to desktop and laptop computers and email.
A New Application Server for the Changing Internet BackWeb's Push Application Server is designed to enable companies to use one software server to push notifications or data to any user, whether by BackWeb Polite Push, email, wireless, or other methods.
BackWeb Push Application Server provides e-businesses with a single communications infrastructure for any application to deliver content to any user on any common data device via BackWeb Polite(TM) Push, email, wireless, fax, and voice mail.