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3 awesome Access 2013 Web Apps you can build right now

Juan Soto and Ben Clothier, Access MVPs, share some of their ideas on how Access 2013 web apps can be used to solve real-world business problems. They outline how Access 2013 can be used to create mobile dashboards, track inspection reports, or manage work crew scheduling on the road. Take a look for some inspiration to get your creative juices flowing.

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Feral Cats: Managing Access databases in your organization

It’s every IT manager’s worst nightmare: thousands of Access databases are running wild in your organization and you don’t know how to manage them. One CTO described compared the situation to feral cats wreaking havoc. Fortunately, Access 2013 features some great improvements that will increase the manageability of your desktop databases. Plus, moving forward, you’ll be able to take advantage of Access 2013 Web Apps, which take manageability to a…

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4 ways to create business apps with Access 2013

There are many ways to build useful apps to run your business with Access 2013. You can download an app via the Office Store, build an app using a Web App Template, or create a Custom Web App. You also have the ability to make a desktop database, just like you always have in Access. Each method offers a fast and easy way to get started. Several members of the…

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Access 2013 and SQL Server

Access 2013 web apps feature a new, deep integration with SQL Server and SQL Azure. In Access 2010, when you created a web application on SharePoint, the tables in your database were stored as SharePoint lists on the site that housed the application. When you use Access 2013 to create a web app on SharePoint, Access Services will create a SQL Server or SQL Azure database that houses all of…