Access is a great database answer to manage hundreds and even thousands of records. But once you move your database from your desktop to online, you need to move from Access to MySql. Using a database in house doesn’t require the same database ‘stability’ that is required when you decide that you want to remote into the database.
A slight hiccup in your internet connection, dumping you out of your database when it is hosted completely in the Access platform can leave you with a broken trail of lost data. It is simply the nature of Access. You can use our Access to MySql converter today. By laying your database on MySql – the database itself has a stability not realized by Access. If you lose your remote connection to your database, the MySql system simply recognizes you are no longer connected and disconnects your login. This saves you from broken data records and mismatched trails, enabling you to sign back in once your internet connectivity is restored without any data loss. You can return to what you were doing and complete the transactions or record retrieval with no negative consequences at all.
Migrating to MySql from Access is the perfect response to you if the database you use is growing into a retrieval system that you would like to reach from somewhere other than the resident machine. After all, the goal of using the database is making it as accessible as possible, this means you might want to login from the local coffee shop or from a client’s office. Taking the plunge to move to a more stable product allows you the opportunity to take your business to the next level.
One of the easiest ways to sell your service and grow beyond the boundaries of your office walls is to show new clients how you can serve them. The optimum way to do that is to login to your database from a remote location, and let them see your capabilities firsthand.
Converting your database to another platform can be an overwhelming process. Let us help you make it an easy migration, Full Convert by Spectral Core offers a clear and easy solution. Try it today!