For years Microsoft Access has allowed organizations, individual departments, and users to manage their business information. It enables them to easily create and deploy database applications that address a specific business need, task, or process.
With the addition of Access Services in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010, Access just got better. By using Access Services, IT can now centrally manage and govern Access Web databases. Using a combination of Microsoft Access 2010, Access Services, and SharePoint 2010 Products, users can easily track, report, and share custom database applications — for themselves, their team, and their organizations. All this is achieved without straining limited IT resources!
Check out the full white paper: Improving the Reach and Manageability of Access 2010 Database Applications with Microsoft Access Services
- Joanne HendricksonSharePoint IT Pro Documentation Team