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We are pleased to announce that the next Access User Group National Seminar will be held on Tuesday 12th May 2015.
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Whittlebury Hall Hotel, Whittlebury, Near Towcester, Northamptonshire, NN12 8QH
We have a great line-up for the day as follows:
Power To The Pivot – Fast Data Analysis and Millions of Rows in Excel (yes, Excel)presented by Derek Goodridge
You’ve tested and delivered your Access database application and of course included the reports that you were asked for. Then you find that actually your users want to get to the data and do their own reporting or perhaps create dashboards, or joining your data to a table from another business system. Enter Power Pivot and Power Query: this presentation will show you how best to use these tools.
Access – Bringing A Paper Based Billing System Into The 21st Century
A Case Study presented by Jim Parsons, Soft Touch Solutions Limited
Managing Users In Your Access Application Using Active Directory presented by Peter Bryant, Corylus Business Systems
Active Directory is a part of Microsoft Windows that manages users and security on a network and Access can tap into this directory in order to manage the users for your application. Peter will show the principles of Active Directory in action.
User Level Security Using Access VBApresented by Tony Bayliss, Senator System Consultants Limited
Tony will describe the menu system he uses for controlling user access through VBA.
Harnessing The Power Of Access Reports For SQL Server presented by Rob Ward, Business Measurement
In this presentation, Rob will show one approach to creating Access reports using a secure SQL Server back-end that minimises compromising SQL Server Security.
Data Protection: De-risking Data in Database Development & Managementpresented by Gareth Wellbeloved, DataIQ.
Gareth will provide a quick overview of the Data Protection Act and will aim to demystify it.
Access Web Apps On The App Store – An Update, presented by Julian Kirkness, Kirkness Associates.
Julian will give an update on his experience developing and marketing his Access Web Apps through the app store following on from his session in November.
For further information about the agenda and speaker profiles see http://www.ukaug.co.uk/national-seminar-may-12th-2015
To book a place, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
SEMINAR FEES: £100.00 + VAT (£120.00 inc. VAT)
PLEASE NOTE: We have a small amount of rooms available at the Whittlebury Hall Hotel for the night of Monday 11th May 2015 at a special discounted price of £100.00 (inc. VAT) to include dinner, bed and breakfast. If you would like to book a room please email: email@example.com as Margaret will also be handling these bookings.