There is no fixed required bandwidth for internet speed since it may vary a lot based on the user scenario and what users may perceive as being slow. Typically a 1.5Mbps DSL connection exhibiting a download speed of 1.5Mbps and upload speed of 0.15Mbs with less than 500msec latency will provide more than acceptable performance.
Actually, BeMo services runs on a state-of-the-art network with redundant 10Gbit connections and is accessed by users all of over the world. One of the first feedback we got from customers overseas was actually “we can’t believe how fast are your services”
The network performance rarely impede on the BeMo service unless a user is on a very slow DSL connection with a lot of latency and needs to download huge files rapidly or need to access our Terminal Services application with high-fidelity graphic. Typical users who mostly use the PWA interface will rarely run into this situation. Additionally, Project Managers who use the 'log on to Project Server from Project Professional' feature will, without knowing, take advantage of the caching mechanism built in Project Server 2010 which makes the application very tolerant to slow network connection.
How can I find out what is my actual connection to your servers?
Very easy. You can simply follow this procedure and run test by choosing one of our most popular data center location, either Dallas TX, Washington D.C. or Seattle WA or contact BeMo for the specific data center.