Updated: Mar 28
Hosting your email in the cloud is now the norm, and as people become more and more used to moving there files offsite the only real remaining items that are left sitting on users PCs and servers are old databases.
Also check: Sharepoint developer Access databases have been with us for 20 years now, and business have become dependant on them for running key tasks. However at the same time they are starting to hold organisation’s back as they want to become more flexible and have the ability to access there data anytime and from anywhere. The solution to this is to migrate the old MS Access database to the Office 365 platform. Most people don’t realise that the latest version of Access now has deep and tight integration with SharePoint and 365. The new Access Web Apps allow you to publish databases into 365 and have access to them from a standard web browser. The same ease of use that people have come to expect from Access is still there, but now is even more powerful as the backend system are using enterprise class SQL databases. If your interested in knowing how you can migrate or create your Access Web App in Office 365 then please do let us know.