To finish out the year 2016, hosting provider Access Hosting is offering customers a valuable 30 percent discount on their hosting plans. The offered discount code, DATABASE30, will save customers 30 percent on up to three months of the company’s hosting services. To receive the discount, purchasers simply select the plan that fits their needs and enter the discount code at the end of the checkout page. The 30 percent discount code can be applied to any of Access Hosting’s plans; by contacting the company directly and referencing the coupon code, customers can also apply the discount to Access Hosting’s dedicated servers.
This end-of-the-year savings opportunity allows potential customers to experience Access Hosting’s Microsoft-focused services at a significantly discounted rate. Ranging in price from $8 to $499 monthly, the company’s web and hosting solutions include Windows Dedicated Servers, Remote Desktop Hosting, SQL Server 2012 Hosting, Access 2010 Web Database, Access 2013 Web App and more. This variety of options allows Access Hosting to provide more personalized solutions that fit each customer’s unique needs. From small businesses and MS Access developers to clients in tax and accounting, as well as healthcare, the company has experience working with a variety of clients and looks forward to the opportunity to help new companies move their database storage to the cloud.
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Have you considered running your Access Database on the web with Sharepoint and Access Services?
Access Services does not support all the data types, relationships, objects, or events that the full Access client provides. If you’ve created a web database from the start, only the supported elements will be shown during the design process. For those who have not created a web database from scratch, it is still possible to get your regular Access database up to the web with Access Services.
Access 2010 includes the “Web Compatibility Checker” tool. This tool checks the web compatibility of the tables in a database as well as web objects. However, the tool does not check any data within the actual tables and does not check linked tables from other data sources.
The goal of this tool is to make sure that the database is “web-legal” and to get you up and running with Access Services in a functional manner.
To run the Web Compatibility Checker tool in Access 2010:
1. Go to FILE > Save & Publish
2. Click “Publish to Access Services”
3. Click “Run Compatibility Checker”
Once you’ve completed this process and fixed any errors, the next step is to get the database up to a Sharepoint server. You can get up and running with a Sharepoint 2010 Enterprise server for as low as $49 per month from AccessHosting.com
We are happy to announce that we are bringing back our SharePoint 2010 Standard Plan on MS Access Services 2010 for $49/month. The plan includes 1GB of storage and 5 users on SharePoint 2010 and brings back the more robust and powerful options of Access Services 2010 and the Hybrid Application development. Sadly, Office 365 has limited support of Access Services 2010 and the Access 2013 web app was a complete redesign of the more powerful Access Services 2010. So SharePoint 2010 with MS Access Services is back by popular demand! For $49/month, you’ll be able to harness the power of the hybrid application and publish to Access Services 2010 with full SQL reporting.
The video above is a great example of the power of the Access 2010 Hybrid Application. It should be noted that while our $49 plan is only available for SharePoint 2010 our SharePoint 2013 Enterprise Plan supports both Access Services 2010 and 2013.
You can sign-up for a free SharePoint 2010 MS Access Services Trial here.
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Access 2013 requires the SQL 2012 Native Client in order to run reports against a 2013 web application that has been published to SQL 2012.
You can download the 32 and 64 bit version of those files here.