Consulting as I do, recently a major oil company has requested that I prepare a brief on the pros and cons of enabling MS Access database application for the web.
Of course I have my on biased opinions as to why this should never be done, however, I would appreciate founded and factual feedback...
1)permanent - full time position,
IT/IS/DP, Manufacturing/Fabrication, Mgmt. & Sales.
Progress and ERP isn't all there is; but I've got the experience from V3.x thru V9.x if that's what you need.
"My Profile", "Resume Synopsis"...
Cell phones with memory sticks for embedded apps. Just think of the business possibilities. Sales, inventory, order functionalities via cell phone dial up connections with embedded 4gl / sql inquiries and resulting info being displayed on the cells led.
I'd like to collect a valid count of companies with unix servers in use instead of the ms solution.
With corp cio/cto (and most application vendors) following the "pied-piper" from redmond, how strong a solution is the unix os today?
Any interest in the survey?