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Database Tips for Beginners

Any data organized in a specific format can be considered a database. There are endless applications for databases depending on what they are being used for and what type of information is being retrieved. If you’re new to the database world, we have a list of things...

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7 Strategies to Get the Most from Your Meetings

If you had to guess, how much time do you think you spend in meetings each week? According to this article, middle management spends an average of 35% of their time in meetings, while upper management spends as much as 50% in meetings. The worst is when you spend all...

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How the Healthcare Industry Uses Databases

Microsoft Access comes in handy for many industries, including healthcare. In fact, healthcare is one of the top industries that relies on databases to identify patients, manage lab results and track billing and payments. The amount of healthcare data continues to...

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10 Effective Ways to be More Productive at Work

Do you ever feel that people in your workplace are praised for working fast rather than smart? This is the wrong way to approach productivity. In fact, it can hurt productivity levels because of increased errors and a lower quality of work. Being productive is more...

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How to Get the Latest Features in Office 365

Do you remember when software programs were available on CD and couldn’t be updated until a new program was rolled out? Today’s software is far better in this department, as improvements, changes and glitches can be repaired with a new update rolled out to all users....

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How Often Should You Back Up Your Databases?

Scheduling regular backups is one of the most important things you can do for your databases. If there is a system failure or trouble restoring an object, you can rely on the backup copy of your database. Some people don’t want to keep an extra copy of their database...

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How Many Users Can Access Support?

One of the most common questions we hear from clients is how many users Microsoft Access is capable of supporting. It’s a misconception that Access can only support 20 users or less. In fact, the answer is quite the opposite. A well-designed database can support...

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