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Client lists. Figure sales. Web research. Take charge of your data before it takes over your business. With expert advice from Cary Prague and Michael Irwin, you'll quickly master Access 2000's top database management capabilities -- and its revolutionary Web features. Using step-by-step instructions and practical examples, the authors demonstrate everything you need to know to organize, present, analyze, and share data efficiently over a corporate network or the Internet.Biografía del autor:
Cary Prague is an internationally best-selling author and lecturer in the database industry. He is the owner of Cary Prague Books and Software, the world's largest Microsoft Access add-on vendor. This direct-mail company creates and markets add-on software, books, and video training for personal computer databases. Formerly, he held numerous management positions in Corporate Information Systems, including Director of Managed Care Reporting for MetraHealth (MetLife and Travelers Insurance joint venture); Director of Software Productivity at Travelers Insurance, where he was responsible for software support and training for 35,000 end users, and Director of Corporate Finance, where he was responsible for the selection and installation of Fixed Asset and Payroll Systems; and Manager of Information Centers for Northeast Utilities. Cary also runs a consulting company, specializing in Microsoft Access applications and training. His clients include many local and national companies, including software companies, manufacturers, public utilities, and broadcast companies. His client list includes Microsoft, Borland International, Otis Elevator, United Healthcare, Pratt and Whitney Aircraft, Rockwell International, and SNET. He is one of the best-selling authors in the computer database management market, having written over thirty-five books on software that have sold nearly one million copies, including Microsoft Access, Borland dBASE IV, Paradox, R:Base, and Framework. Cary's books include the PC World Microsoft Access Bible, recently on several top 10 national bestseller lists and winner of an award for technical excellence; dBASE for Windows Handbook, dBASE IV Programming, winner of the 1989 Computer Press Association's Book of the Year award for Best Software-Specific Book; and Everyman's Database Primer Featuring dBASE IV. Michael R. Irwin is considered one of the leading authorities on automated database and Internet management systems. He is a noted worldwide lecturer, a winner of national and international awards, best-selling author, and developer of client/server, Internet, Intranet, and PC-based database management systems. His expertise includes database processing in and between mainframe, minicomputer, and PC-based database systems; he is a leading authority on PC-based databases. Michael has extensive database knowledge gained by working with the Metropolitan Police Department in Washington, D.C. as a developer and analyst for the Information Systems division for more than 20 years. Since retiring in June 1992, he runs his own consulting firm, named Database Integrators, specializing in Internet consulting offices in Cincinnati, Ohio and Manila, Philippines, his company does training and development of Internet and database applications. His local, national, and international clients include many software companies, manufacturers, government agencies, and international companies.
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