AP: Hosting Access Applications "in the cloud" with Ned Pajic of Caspio



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How do you make your Mission-Critical Access application available to both on-premises and remote users?
This presentation explains one way to do that using Caspio.

When your Access relational database becomes mission critical, you often need to look beyond the traditional desktop deployment in evolving environments. There are a number of good solutions, including having your Access based application “hosted in the cloud”. But sometimes we can be hesitant to explore the unknown. Tonight we take some of the mystery out of it.

Working with Caspio, we have arranged for their Technical Evangelist, Ned Pajic, to describe how it might work for you. You’ll have a chance to ask questions during and after his presentation.

Bonus Content: Synching data between Caspio and a local Access database in a "hybrid" application deployment.

NIKUNJ (Nik) SANGHVI
VP of Alliances and Business Development

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Brian Krotine

Director, Alliances & Business Development

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Ned Pajic – Our Presenter

Technical Evangelist for Caspio

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Links mentioned in the presentation include:
Use cases for Access with Caspio: Caspio for Access
https://www.caspio.com/use-cases/migrate-microsoft-access-online/
Caspio's YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/CaspioInc
Caspio's Partner Program for Developers: https://www.caspio.com/partner-programs/become-a-partner/
Caspio Office Plug-in to Support data synchronization:
https://howto.caspio.com/integration/plugin-for-microsoft-office/plugin-for-microsoft-office/
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