While enthusiasm drives your business, it’s your data that makes it successful. Deciding what database engine is most suited to the project in hand is the pillar for success. Whether you are a business-owner, freelance developer or managing IT resources, choosing the right data management tool is not easy.
Databases are management solutions where you can collect, store and access data. Choosing the right tool will come down to your requirements, budget and time allocated for your project.
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There’s no doubt about it – Excel is everywhere. Used by millions of individual and businesses, the spreadsheet software from Microsoft has been used for everything from to-do lists and project planning, to financial calculations, managing inventory, and much, much more. In fact, if you can think of a business or personal task that uses data, someone, somewhere, has probably used Excel to do it.
Despite its versatility, Excel has its drawbacks, many of which stem from users trying to use it for functions it is not suitable for. While it is true that Excel is great for manipulating data, it is still unsuitable for many data tasks, especially in businesses that need to collaborate effectively.
These shortcomings have been highlighted by the recent explosion in popularity of cloud services, and the resulting impact on current business. As a tool to share and collaborate data it has a number of shortcomings, and in an age of digital crime its lack of security features can be a significant problem.
Today we are proud to announce the launch of Worksheet Systems, a cloud-based data platform that allows businesses to manage and share their data effectively. Why did we create Worksheet Systems?
Every business has unique data that it needs to work with to provide its services, support its employees, and inform its customers, yet not all businesses have access to software solutions that allow them to manage and use that data effectively and securely.
In our experience, many businesses struggle to manage and use their data effectively to support their employees and customers. Popular data tools, such as Microsoft Excel, lack the data structure, permissioning, and security features necessary to provide an effective data solution.