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How to Spring Clean Your Database

It’s not just your closets and drawers that need spring cleaning - your database does, too! Cleaning and organizing your database may not be the most exciting thing on your to-do list, but it’s one that you will thank yourself later for. By completing this task, you...

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5 Benefits to Enjoy When You Upgrade Your Database

How long has it been since you last updated your database? If it’s been a while, you’re probably due for an upgrade. Outdated databases are vulnerable to security breaches, redundant data, inaccurate reporting and other errors. To ensure you are taking advantage of...

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Why Every Small Business Needs a Database

As a small business owner, it’s likely that you are assessing the benefits of having a database to streamline your customers and audiences. For many new business owners, a database isn’t the first thing on their minds. However, as time goes on and businesses grow,...

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5 Steps to Building a Marketing Database

Marketing databases have gotten more complex over the years as new ways of contacting prospects have emerged. If you are looking to set up a marketing database, the following tips will help you create a database that is effective and supportive to your goals. If you...

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Creating a Student Database with Microsoft Access

If you enroll students in courses or programs through a school or educational program, chances are you keep track of them with a spreadsheet like Excel. Your spreadsheet probably contains information about your students, such as their names, contact info and courses...

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Database Encryption: The 3 Types and Why You Need Them

Encryption is a way of scrambling data so that only authorized parties can understand it. To an unauthorized user, encryption will make the text appear random. As an example, the word “hello” may appear as “SNifgNi+uk0=”. The word “hello” is in plaintext, while the...

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Building and Maintaining an HR Database

Microsoft Access is a software program that lets you build and manage databases. It’s relatively easy to use and has a similar look and feel to other Microsoft products. This makes it a suitable choice for beginners or those who don’t have a lot of computer...

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5 Uncommon Microsoft Access Tips for 2020

Whether you’re building an Access database for the first time or learning to work within a custom-built template, it helps to know the ins and outs of how the program works. There are many Access tips available online, but today, we want to focus on tips that are...

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