Greetings Community Happy Tuesday to all of you today has been a very productive day and with much to do I hope you are in the same and fulfilling the daily goals, in my last 3 articles I talked about SQL Server, Oracle and the differences between both advantages and disadvantages noticing a significant margin of difference from sequences, prices, licenses, extra functions and the ability to process information in an effective and fairly accurate way to fulfill the designated tasks in a company and thus meet the labor demand, now we will give a step to talk a little and delve into the subject of what is Microsoft Access, its functions, advantages and disadvantages and some common mistakes as always highlighting the functions that allow you to operate effectively in the daily activities of a company.
Microsoft Access is defined as a tool or software that is programmed to manage in a database, it is considered very useful for the creation of small databases for small and medium companies it is not multiplatform since it only works only and exclusively with Windows. Microsoft Access stores data that is saved in its own based format in its powerful database engine known as Access Jet as well as directly linking data to other applications and other databases.
Once Microsoft Access is defined, we will now talk about the most important functions it has:
Microsoft Access has become a work tool for small and medium companies that has helped in a constant way to process certain activities that allow to speed up the process in a short time and that in spite of its certain limitations it does not stop fulfilling its functions.