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Hawaii Microsoft Access Programming Services

MS Access Solutions is available for Microsoft Access programmer services in all cities in Hawaii. We work with all sized companies and industries. We can help you upgrade from older versions of Microsoft Access to the latest version. One of our specialties is upgrading Microsoft Access data to Microsoft SQL Server then use Microsoft Access as the front end user interface. We can also migrate your Microsoft Excel and other spreadsheets, like Google sheets, to Microsoft Access.

MS Access Solutions Services In Hawaii

This is a partial list of our Microsoft services

  • Custom Microsoft Access database development
  • Microsoft Access database programmer services
  • Consulting services
  • Microsoft Access database splitting to create front end and back end databases
  • Microsoft Access with Azure and SQL Server
  • ASP.NET web applications
  • MS Access with SQL Server database programming
  • Excel to MS Access migration services

Contact Us For A Consultation

Need help with your Microsoft Access database? Whether you need a brand new database, a database upgrade, Microsoft data in the Cloud, or Microsoft web solutions, we can help you right now! Call us at (323) 285-0939 to discuss your situation and make plans for the proper database or web applicaton solution(s) for you.

About Hawaii

Hawaii was discovered and settled by Polynesian sea voyagers between the 3rd and 7th centuries A.D.; British Captain James Cook believed to be the first European to arrive in the Islands, in 1778, at what is now Waimea, Kauai.(Cook was killed in 1779 at Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii).

Hawaii joined the United States as its 50th state on August 21, 1959. Statehood Day is celebrated annually in August as a state holiday.

Honolulu, the capital city, is on the Island of Oahu. Hawaii's climate features mild temperatures, moderate humidity and cooling trade winds. Described by Mark Twain as "the loveliest fleet of islands that lies anchored in any ocean," Hawaii is a string of 137 islands encompassing a land area of 6,422.6 square miles in the north central Pacific Ocean about 2,400 miles from the west coast of the continental United States. Stretching from northwest to southeast, the major islands are: Hawaii, Maui, Molokai, Oahu, Kauai, Kahoolawe, Lanai and Niihau

Hawaii Facts

  • Hawaii is home to the longest continuously erupting volcano in recorded history (Kilauea Caldera on the Big Island has been producing a lava flow since January 1983)
  • The state of Hawaii does not observe daylight savings time
  • Hawaii has the oldest educational institution west of the Rocky Mountains (Lahainaluna School in Lahaina, Maui, founded in 1831). he Lahainaluna campus was also the site where the first newspaper west of the Rocky Mountains was published, in the late 1830s.
  • Hawaii has no snakes in the wild.
  • Hawaii considered the nation’'s endangered species capital.
  • The state of Hawaii home to the tallest mountain on the planet (Mauna Kea on the Big Island — measured from the seafloor — tops out at 33,476 feet. From sea level it measures 13,796 feet high).
  • Hawaii has the only U.S. city to be founded by royalty (Honolulu, on the island of Oahu), and hosts the only royal residence on U.S. soil (Iolani Palace).
  • Hawaii hosted a structure (Iolani Palace) that featured electricity before even the White House in Washington, D.C.
  • Hawaii had a Hawaiian monarch, King Kalakaua, who was the first reigning monarch to circumnavigate the globe and the first foreign head of state to speak before a joint session of Congress.
  • Hawaii had a population that, during the Hawaiian monarchy, was among the most literate in the world.
  • Hawaii is home to (reportedly) the wettest spot on earth (Waialeale, Kauai’s highest mountain, records about 485 inches of rainfall per year).
  • Hawaii has two official languages — Hawaiian and English.
  • Hawaii is comprised of 137 islands, encompassing a land area of 6,423.4 square miles (and only seven of these islands are inhabited).
  • Hawaii is still growing (Loihi, a new seamount 20 miles off the Big Island of Hawaii, is giving birth to the chain’s next island — due to rise above the waves in another 60,000 years).
  • Hawaii is the most geographically isolated population center on earth; 2,000 miles from the Marshall Islands, 2,390 miles from California, 2,500 miles from Tahiti, 3,850 miles from Japan, 4,900 miles from China, and 5,280 miles from the Philippines.
  • Hawaii has no rabies and requires a process to determine if incoming cats and dogs have the disease.
  • Hawaii is the only place on earth that hosts all branches of the U.S. military.
  • Hawaii is the only state in the nation with no incorporated towns. Towns and regions are governed by counties, each encompassing an entire island or more: The City & County of Honolulu governs the island of Oahu plus all the isles stretching north up the Hawaiian Island chain to the island of Midway; the County of Maui governs Maui, Molokai, Kahoolawe and Lanai; the County of Hawaii governs the Big Island of Hawaii; and the County of Kauai governs Kauai and Niihau. Each county has a mayor and a council.
  • The state of Hawaii has the most advanced telecommunications system in the world; is one of only five states in the U.S. with 100 percent digital switching for telephones; and has more fiber optic cable per mile, per capita, than any other state.