database software

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    Alternative to Daylite

    Hey there. So, we've been running Daylite self-serve for about seven years. Our most recent purchase was a couple years ago when we upgraded to Daylite 5. For four users that was about $900 or something. Well, MarketCircle has decided to go SAS/cloud. No thanks. Of course, they're trying to...
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    How viable a external SSD for all-time use as secondary storage (developer)

    I have a iMac 2011 that need to be replaced. I'm a (solo) developer that work across all major platforms (ios, android, windows, linux, osx), and more critical , with many databases engines (sql server, postgresql, mysql, firebird, ...) and data processing for small bussiness in my country. So...
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    Alternatives to Filemaker (won’t run on Mojave)

    When I was working I developed some fairly simple relational DBs on Filemaker; once I retired (8 years ago) I wanted to keep access to some of them for personal use. I upgraded to FM 14, didn’t upgrade beyond that since 14 was adequate for my needs. Now have upgraded OS to Mojave on my iMac and...
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    Microsoft Access Advice

    Hi there, So I have quite happily run VMWare Fusion 7 on my late 2010 iMac for a number of years, primarily so I could access a largish Microsoft Access database I use regularly for reference. Recently I updated my iMac to High Sierra which broke my VMWare compatibility and, because I...
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    I need a Contacts-like app that isn't Contacts

    I'm looking for suggestions for some software to create a user-friendly database of people - index cards basically - in some work research I'm doing. I'm aiming for between 100 and 1000 cards. Each person has their own card with a few predefined fields: Name, DOB, Nationality, short biography...