Luke Chung, founder and president of FMS, shares his view on Microsoft Access database solutions. (22 minutes)
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This panel explores the different reasons and approaches for migrating applications to Microsoft SQL Server. In addition to moving the data to SQL Server, ideas are presented for transforming applications to offer additional features while watching budgets.
Examples are provided for migrating data from Oracle, Access, and Excel to SQL Server. That's the easy part. Discussions also cover the challenges of maintaining and monitoring the new database, whether a database administrator is needed, and the life cycle of a SQL Server application.
Speakers: Luke Chung, Richard Campbell, Stephen Forte, and Armen Stein, emceed by Mary Chipman. (43 minutes)
Are you a developer wondering what to do in these dire economic times? Or are you in charge of a development team facing tighter budgets and higher risk? Not sure what to do or consider to protect your job or career? Listen to this panel for their insight and experience.
During tough economic times, development teams tend to get smaller while business requirements get larger in an effort to do more with less. The panelists share their insights and experiences gleaned from years of surviving economic ups and downs.
Hear the panel discussion among Luke Chung, Stephen Forte, Kent Alstad, Armen Stein, Rockford Lhotka, and Paul Sheriff, emceed by Mary Chipman. (51 minutes).
FMS has survived many business and technology cycles since its founding in 1986. Microsoft's Mary Chipman interviews Luke Chung about the story of FMS, how its survived these 23 years, and how it has served its wide range of customers.
Luke discusses the three groups within FMS:
Learn more about FMS, our history, and our successes over the years. Hear about our challenges and philosophies, and how we've helped our customers maximize their IT investments and anticipate the evolution of their applications. (28 minutes)
Hosted by Microsoft's Mary Chipman, the panel discusses the challenges and approaches of migrating Microsoft Access applications to SQL Server. Learn about situations where Access is appropriate, and when they need to upsize to SQL Server. (49 minutes)
Thank you! Thank you! I just finished reading this document, which was part of a link in the recent Buzz newsletter. I have printed it for others to read, especially those skeptical on the powers of Access and its capabilities.