Microsoft Access, part of the Microsoft Office Suite included in the Professional edition and above, is an information management tool that allows users to store large amounts of information for reporting, analyzing, and referencing purposes. When an Excel spreadsheet simply isn’t enough, Access can come to the rescue. After you’ve built your impressive Access database, here are ten of the ways you can take it online:
1. SharePoint – With Access 2010 and Access Services on SharePoint, users can build web-based database applications. Anonymous users cannot access an online database created through SharePoint, greatly reducing the risk of unauthorized use. For users of Access 2007 and below, the process is significantly more complicated.
2. Caspio’s Access Migration Kit – The Access Migration Kit by Caspio helps users migrate an Access database online with a step-by-step wizard that makes the process relatively quick and painless.
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