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    Solar Energy Nonprofit Saves $100K and Receives National Recognition Using Cloud Database Applications

Solar Energy Nonprofit Saves $100K and Receives National Recognition Using Cloud Database Applications

What does $100K mean to a nonprofit? For organizations that are always struggling for each dollar in donations or spending countless hours applying for grants, $100K feels like a miracle. Today we’d like to [...]

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Why Cloud Database Technology is a Lifesaver for Nonprofits

As government aid shrinks and the demand for services continues to climb, more and more nonprofits are struggling just to make ends meet. This bleak reality forces many to reconsider the way they operate and [...]

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    WebEx WebOffice Alternative – Migrate to a Modern Cloud Database

WebEx WebOffice Alternative – Migrate to a Modern Cloud Database

It turned out that Cisco’s $3.2 billion acquisition of WebEx in 2007 included many products that Cisco didn’t care much about. The company recently announced the WebOffice End-of-Life along with other WebEx-related software, stating [...]

Farewell, Lotus123 … Here’s a Cloud Database Alternative

Lotus123 was perhaps the original “killer app” for PCs. When the spreadsheet software was released in 1983, it swept across all IBM PCs and made the brand a household name. Users liked Lotus123 mainly [...]

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    5 Ways SMBs Can Compete Better Using Cloud Database Technology

5 Ways SMBs Can Compete Better Using Cloud Database Technology

Studies show that small and medium-sized businesses are one of the most important market segments for the cloud computing industry. However, the technology and service needs of SMBs are largely under-served due to the “one-size-fits-all” [...]

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A Web-Based Alternative to FileMaker

Typically perceived as the “Microsoft Access for the Mac”, FileMaker has found itself a place on many Mac desktops for simple data management tasks. However, just like Microsoft Access, FileMaker has failed to [...]

Moving Microsoft Access Applications to the Cloud

Microsoft Access was a leader in the desktop database space before the Internet became omnipresent. The software was fairly easy to use and had enough features and capabilities to build small-scale desktop applications.

However, as [...]