Once upon a time, Microsoft Access was a full-fledged Microsoft Office citizen with many small to medium-sized companies developing and using Access-created UIs and databases to run some or all of the business. Over recent years, not much has been seen/heard of Microsoft Access. Today, Microsoft is announcing that Microsoft Access will be included with Office 365 Business and Office Business Premium plans and it will be gaining new features and enhancements.
Soon, Access will be rolling out to Office 365 Business and Business Premium subscribers. Access will be automatically installed for these customers as part of their next regular Office client update, rolling out between December 1, 2016 and January 30, 2017. Access will continue to be included in the Office 365 ProPlus, E3 and E5 plans.
Additionally, new data sources will soon be available…
A set of new enterprise data connectors will roll out to Microsoft Access in early 2017. These new connectors include OData Feed, Dynamics CRM, Salesforce and Amazon Redshift and will be available for customers with Office 365 ProPlus, E3 and E5 plans. These new connectors will enable customers to integrate and extend Access into other line of business solutions and databases.
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