Microsoft Access 2016 Open Government
- Microsoft Access 2016
- Installation Method: Digital Download
- Estimated Delivery Time: 5 - 7 Business Days
- Users Supported: 1 User
- Devices Supported: 1 Device
- Installations Supported: 1 Installation
- License Type: Perpetual
- License Term: Indefinite
- Licensed Use: Licensed for Home and Commercial Use
- Brand: Microsoft
- Manufacturer Part Number: 077-07156
- Platform Supported: Windows
- Operating Systems Supported: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7
- Minimum Hard Drive Space: 3 GB
- Minimum Memory: 1 GB (32 Bit) / 2 GB (64 Bit)
- Minimum Processor Speed: 1.0 GHz
Access 2016 has all the functionality and features you're used to with some added enhancements and the best new features from Office 2016. Connecting and analyzing data becomes a breeze with all of the new tools on the ribbon. Here are some of the top new features you'll find in Access 2016:
Connect, see and manage all of your data sources with Linked Table Manager in the latest version of Microsoft Access. This lets you view and even export all of your external data sources in use. The connector library in Access offers many ways to integrate data from apps and data sources that drive your business. Integrated scenarios across modern data sources generate aggregated visuals and insights in the familiar Access interface.
Create and Develop
Access is much more than a way to create desktop databases. It’s an easy-to-use tool for creating applications that help you run your business. Access data can be stored in a variety of cloud databases, so it’s more secure than ever, and you can share your Access applications with colleagues.
Make it Your Own
Create apps that are tailored to the way you and your customers do business. Quickly and easily make changes to your apps to meet evolving organizational needs. Quickly get started by creating a custom app or get inspired by a collection of new, professionally-designed app templates. Create templates from your apps to reuse or share with others.
Questions & Answers
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Microsoft Access 2016 Open Government is graphical, so it takes full advantage of the graphical power of Windows, offering usual methods of access to data and provides simple and direct methods of working with information. It also facilitates the administration of data, since its possibilities of consultation and connection help you to quickly find the desired information, whatever its format or storage location. If you want a more robust database, for larger environments, although a little more complicated you can use MYSQL. It's free if it is for internal or personal systems, and with a small payment you can distribute it.
Microsoft Access 2016 Open Government is being used only by a department of the company, which is responsible for working with the information databases. It has not presented problems. The access databases work very well with many of the programs for Windows-based software development. You can also use your tables in products such as Microsoft SQL Server and in others not based on Microsoft such as Oracle and Sybase.
I utilize Access 2016 OG databases frequently, ignoring 'weird looks' given to me by IT professionals who consider anything less than Oracle not a true database, but some sort of a 'toy'. However, Access fits the bill perfectly in some cases. Back in 1996, I had to resolve a problem very quicly, by creating a 'tool' to keep track of problems encounters by buyers from the procurement department in ordering certain parts, like parts for old designs and currently unavailable due to obsolescence, or parts having an unacceptable long lead time. The need was for a relatively simple and small database, allowing recording of such problems, recording of the progress made by the Component Engineering department in finding a solution and the recording of the solution itself, when one was found. I selected Microsoft Access as a platform, since it appeared relatively simple compared to more powerful databases, and my proficiency in other members of the Office suite making the learning curve shorter. And it worked very well. The implementation took only three weeks and the results were very much appreciated by its users. I believe this database it is still in use.