What is monolithic architecture?

Monolithic architecture is a traditional software architecture style where the entire application is built as a single, self-contained unit. In this approach, all the modules and components of the application are tightly coupled and run on a single platform. The term "monolithic" refers to the fact that the application is treated as a single, indiv...

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History of Microsoft Access

computer History of Microsoft Access

Microsoft Access was first released in 1992 as part of the Microsoft Office Suite of applications. It was initially designed as a simple desktop database management system that allowed users to create and manage small databases. The first version of Access, Access 1.0, was released for Windows 3.0 and had a limited set of features compared to later...

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Who normally uses Microsoft Access?

Microsoft Access Users Who are the users of MS Access?

Microsoft Access is a versatile database management system that can be used by a wide range of users, from individuals to small businesses and even larger organizations. Here are some examples of who might use Access: Small Business Owners:  Small business owners often use Microsoft Access to manage their customer data, track inventory, and ma...

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What is Microsoft Access?

What is Microsoft Access? Do you use MS Access?

Microsoft Access is a powerful database management system that allows users to create and manage relational databases. It is a part of the Microsoft Office Suite and provides users with the ability to store and retrieve large amounts of data, as well as analyze and manipulate that data in a variety of ways. Access is used by many organizations and ...

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An Introduction to B2B Ecommerce

business2busines_20230313-033657_1 B2B Ecommerce - An Introduction

B2B ecommerce, or business-to-business ecommerce, is the buying and selling of goods and services between businesses through an online platform. It has become increasingly popular over the years, with more and more businesses turning to ecommerce to streamline their procurement and sales processes. In this article, we will explore the world of B2B ...

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Average Time on Site

Average Time on Site is commonly seen in web analytics report referring to the amount of time spent by the visitor on the webpage(s) they browsed. This is the time measured in minutes or seconds and can be misleading in the analytics report sometimes, because it does not calculate the actual reading time of the visitor on the webpage...

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Average Revenue Per User (ARPU)

Is one of the crucial revenue metrics for SaaS business model and subscription-related businesses as it represents the average revenue amount that a merchant receives per user for a certain period of time, monthly being the standard. This metric allows merchants to analyze their company's revenue generation and user growth. Subscription service bus...

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301 Redirect

301 Redirect refers to a permanent redirection from one URL (web address) to another so as to send site visitors and search engines to the new URL than the one they originally typed automatically. This is a way to let search engines and site visitors know that a webpage moved to a new address. Customers who bookmarked your old webpage wil...

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In the world of eCommerce, abandonment means a visitor has visited the website and left or moved on without making a desired action or the action planned by the creator. It is a situation wherein a buyer has placed items in his shopping cart but leaves without purchasing them due to any reason.  It is also called as cart abandon...

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