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Convert your MS Access app to a cloud app

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MS Access is widely used, yet by converting your system to a cloud app you get so many advantages: multi-user, available from any location, no more record-locking and so on. The 42windmills platform ...

MS Access is widely used, yet by converting your system to a cloud app you get so many advantages: multi-user, available from any location, no more record-locking and so on. The 42windmills platform can help you give your MS Access db a second live by turning it into a native cloud application (hosted on Windows Azure).

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  • BellaHarris07 BellaHarris07 @mbredemeier I'm also using Caspio and liked it a lot. It's pretty easy to import/export MS Access data to the platform and do lots of things with them, as well as build and deploy web apps using these data. I guess it depends on what you intend to to with your Access data. You can always custom the plan based on data usage tho, and they have unlimited users. 7 months ago
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  • mbredemeier Michael Bredemeier, Owner at Little Toader LLC caspio is insanely expensive for a small business. You only get 3 forms/reports for 19/month, then 6 per page after that. You are basically forced to go to PRO for $250 per month if you want to upload most access databases. 1 year ago
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