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The Dangers of Excel

July 30 2017

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The Dangers of Excel Excel may seem harmless enough as a system for managing your company’s data, but it can actually be downright dangerous. In fact, it might be the most dangerous software on the planet. Sound like an exaggeration? Often a small spreadsheet error might not be life threatening, but small errors can lead […]

Spreadsheet vs Database

July 30 2017

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Spreadsheets, Databases and the ‘Get a Mac’ Campaign Which is better for your business’ data management, a database or a spreadsheet? To help you find out, you might want to think about these two solutions in these terms: which is a Mac, and which is a PC? The old ‘Get a Mac’ campaign highlighted the […]

Benefits of a Database

July 30 2017

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5 Big Benefits of a Database People and businesses are becoming increasingly tired of Excel spreadsheets as a way of storing and processing important data. The problem is that Excel isn’t a very good way of managing data, because spreadsheets tend to be inaccurate, slow, unwieldy to manage and frankly a security hazard. In contrast, […]

5 Excel Spreadsheet Nightmares

July 30 2017

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5 common Excel problems (and what to do about them) Many businesses rely heavily, or even entirely on spreadsheets for their data storage and processing. And yet spreadsheets can have serious problems associated with them. Many users report a “love hate” relationship; their spreadsheets serve a purpose, but require a lot of investment in time […]