Fujitsu and our Legacy Modernization partner ConvertU2 Technologies bring to the market a highly efficient service to migrate your Microsoft Access databases quickly, reliably and with minimal risk, to Microsoft SQL Server or Azure SQL . This allows for the logic to be performed on the server side and for greater usage of the database by the Access application and other applications that may require the data. As the data moves to an enterprise quality database it becomes easier to secure, maintain and manage.
There are often a significant number of Microsoft Access databases in all levels of an enterprise, many of which have become mission critical. It is important that these databases are protected from data loss, corruption, and poor performance. At the moment this is almost certainly not the case.
To achieve a satisfactory level of service, IT Departments acknowledge the importance of hosting these applications centrally on a robust server platform such as Microsoft SQL Server 2005/2008/2010 or Microsoft Azure.
The key reasons to upgrade from Microsoft Access to Microsoft SQL Server or SQL Azure includes enhanced:
The Fujitsu Legacy Modernization service utilising the 2SQL migration toolkit automates the Microsoft Access to Microsoft SQL Server and SQL Azure conversion process achieving an 80%-90% automated conversion rate. This is the highest level of conversion available on the market at this time.
The remaining conversion work is completed by Fujitsu Legacy Modernization resources manually to achieve the desired outcome. This service has been proven to shorten migration project timelines by more than 80%.
Our service includes an Inspector which finds all of the Access applications, a Dectective which will show how much effort it will take to convert a specific database (both using the tool and manually) and a Genie which undertakes the conversion to prepare it for Fujitsu Legacy Modernization resource to complete the task.
To find out how we can service your requirements please email firstname.lastname@example.org for free information with no obligation.
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