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Filemaker is a subsidiary of Apple Inc. Access databases have more users. Could Access product become a subsidiary, not just part of O365

Filemaker is a subsidiary of Apple Inc. Access databases have more users. I have been using Access databases for the last 15 years. Could Access database product become an independent subsidiary of Microsoft Inc., not just part of Office 365? Hate to see this product die.

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  • Frank Rotolo commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    Desktop Access seems to die a little bit more every time they release a new version by deprecating features, and Access Web Apps has been killed for the fourth time. Meantime, MS is encouraging us to use PowerApps.

  • Adrian Bell (MVP) commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    It seems to me that splitting off Access into a separate subsidiary company would be a move towards separation rather than the increased integration that we all want for the product.

    Please, just NO!

  • Dolly commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

    If "Access databases have more users" then what is the concern?

    "not just part of Office 365", it isn't it is also a standalone product, or part of Office 20XX, or part of Office365.

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