Australia’s Microsoft Access Database Experts

Transforming and enhancing database software since 2006.

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DB Gurus specialise in Microsoft Access Development

Our in-house Microsoft Access database specialists can analyse and optimise your MS Access database, identifying and rectifying any issues that are slowing the system down and increase your efficiency. Our proven approach provides a cost-effective solution and a great return on your investment.
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Our services include the following:

FAQs on Microsoft Access
database software

Yes, you can. We would normally split the database into 2 – the front-end component containing the forms, code and reports and the back-end component that holds just the data. This will make the database more stable as well as allowing for easier maintenance.
This is not what Access is designed for and though we have a few clients that do this we would normally suggest moving the data to a SQL Server database in this scenario.
This depends on how complex the MS Access database is. A simple database is very quick to migrate, while complex databases can take much longer. If you want to know more, please get in touch and one of our programmers will do some analysis and give you some figures that will help you make the decision.
Access has been around for a long time but is still supported by Microsoft and if it works for you then there is a strong argument to stick with it. If, on the other hand, you want more functionality then we can help you migrate your database to SQL Server and if required put it on the cloud.

Yes, Microsoft Access is included in some Office 365 subscriptions. However, the availability of Access depends on the specific plan you have subscribed to. For example, Access is included in Office 365 Business and Office 365 Enterprise plans, but it may not be included in all plans, such as Office 365 Personal.

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