Although once among the most popular applications for creating simple databases, it’s fair to say that MS Access has run its course. Access was once a pretty solid tool for internal database projects. However, its limitations in today’s era of cloud computing have become increasingly unacceptable and Microsoft recently shut down all remaining web applications and online databases created using MS Access, including Access-based applications and databases on their Office 365 and SharePoint Online cloud service platform. This makes migrating your Access databases imperative to ensure business continuity.

Get our free ultimate video guide to learn how to migrate your Access database to the cloud!

Fortunately, the Caspio no-code platform allows you to easily migrate your existing Access database to the cloud and create sophisticated online database applications without coding. With Caspio’s intuitive user interface and ease-of-use, you have the perfect platform to replace MS Access for your organization’s business processing and database management needs. In fact, Caspio is often considered the MS Access of the cloud!

Step Up From MS Access

Using Caspio, you’ll be able to take your existing Access application and move its tables and relationships into a central cloud database. Once your application is deployed using Caspio, you’ll be able to tailor it according to your unique business requirements. Since Caspio was designed with Access users in mind, it’s easy for anyone to pick up where they left off and have absolutely no reason to worry about losing vital data from the cloud. What’s more, the Caspio no-code platform is extensible enough to easily integrate with legacy systems as well as other cloud-based applications and platforms.

Easily Migrate Your Access Database

Our friendly Tech Evangelist Ned Pajić has produced a free series of 6 videos that will show you how to start migrating your Access database to Caspio in a just a few simple steps and without writing a single line of code. Ned will demonstrate the process with a sample application that allows users to report bugs in a simple ticketing system.

In this video, Ned gives us a quick overview of this useful series:

These 6 comprehensive videos cover everything from migrating tables and relationships to recreating all your forms and reports. By the end of the Ultimate Video Guide, you’ll be able to create a secure log-in interface, generate reports, add comments and produce rich visual charts to show metrics based on key data.

Ready to watch the next videos? Then head over to The Ultimate Guide to Migrating Your Access Database Without Coding!

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