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Access Web Apps

With Access 2013, you can create a database system on your local computer, move it to the cloud, and make it available to all of your customers, prospects, employees, or other stakeholders. Hundreds of people can access your web app at the same time. They can use their desktop or laptop PC, their tablet, and even some smartphones to interact with your web app. Can you simply move the Access database that you've designed on your desktop computer to your web server and call it a web app? No....

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Access Macros Create Stunning Forms and Reports

Microsoft Access users don't have to settle for blah datasheets and boring tables. With a little bit of effort, you can use your creativity to turn ordinary datasheets into stunning data-entry forms. Similarly, you can turn your Access tables into reports that will captivate your audience. Why should you take the time to enhance the data-entry forms on your company's Access screens? First, you can create forms that will enhance the accuracy of the data that you enter into your Access...

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Consumerization and Data Integrity

Until very recently, new technology made its debut in large corporations, nonprofits, and government enterprises. In the late 1960s, for example, only the largest organizations could afford to purchase the third-generation IBM mainframe computers. Even the earliest IBM PC desktop computers cost far too much money in the early 1980s to be bought for family or home use. Today we have consumerization. Consumerization is the introduction of computer and phone hardware and software into the home...

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