Back in '90s I developed and maintained FoxPro applications, which was then using the same client / file server model perpetuated by MS Access today. Things like network bandwidth, concurrency, and data corruption were daily (not just occasional) struggles.
I found a TechRepublic article that summarizes best practices for avoiding MS Access database file corruption.
#1: Split large databases into separate files
#2: Store temporary tables in a separate database file
#3: Don't use memo fields
#4: Don't store picture files
#5: Create temporary tables to speed up queries
#6: Be careful with wireless networks (WiFi)
#7: Be careful with WAN connections
#8: Don't put Mac and Windows users on the same network
#9: Troubleshoot network hardware
#10: Check the server's configuration
"Do Not Seek To Follow In The Footsteps Of The Wise. Seek What They Sought." - Matsuo Basho