Office 365 Migration: 4 Elements You Cannot Overlook

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Organizations looking to move to Office 365 have legitimate migration concerns. However, they can ensure a smooth migration to Microsoft’s cloud-based platform by putting in place a solid migration plan that addresses four elements: migration, communication, training and support.

Takeaways for Your Business

In this report you’ll learn:

  • How migrating to Office 365 can improve both productivity and security
  • How to make the user migration experience a positive one
  • Guidelines on how to draw up effective migration, communication, training and support plans

About the Author

Hank Yee is a delivery manager of hybrid IT and cloud services at Anexinet, a business management consultancy. He helps design, implement and deliver quality solutions to clients. Yee has more than a decade of experience with Oracle database technologies and data center operations for the pharmaceutical industry, with a focus on disaster recovery, and data center and enterprise data migrations. Most recently, he has utilized that knowledge to help clients in a different area — enabling customer success in migrating to Office 365.


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