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Part I: Microsoft Access Projects and Mi... > Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server...

Chapter 1. Introduction to Microsoft SQL Server and Access

Microsoft Access is the most commonly used product for desktop databases among beginners and professionals alike. However, Access has limitations when it comes to the administration of large amounts of data that many users access through a network.

Microsoft positions Microsoft SQL Server as a database server that can make large amounts of data available to many users at the same time. In addition, a SQL Server version is included with Microsoft Office Developer suites and Microsoft Visual Studio as a Microsoft Data Engine (MSDE) with limited functionality.


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