Microsoft Teams is popular now, but if you decide to use it, how can you move content from other applications to Teams. Getting email into Teams can be done individually and moving documents into SharePoint is straightforward, but moving content from other chat platforms is problematic because of the lack of a migration API.
Earlier this week, IBM announced Cloud Mass Data Migration, a new service that enables organizations to quickly and easily transfer large amounts of data to IBM’s cloud infrastructure.
Microsoft has new tools to migrate public folders (the “cockroaches of Exchange”) to Office 365 Groups. Sounds good. The good news is that the tools work, even if they need a lot of manual oversight. ISVs offer tools to do the same job with more automation. The choice is yours!
Microsoft has launched Stream, their new video streaming, sharing, and management service for consumers and business. You can use Stream now, but not yet if you have used Office 365 Video in the past. Microsoft has some work to do to make that transition flawless.
Microsoft now supports the migration of modern public folders to Exchange Online. ISV solutions allow you to migrate public folders to other places, like Office 365 Groups and shared mailboxes, which seems like a lot more interesting.
Jussi Roine discusses Microsoft’s announcement that Docs.com is being phased out.
Before you migrate to a newer version of SharePoint or a different environment, always run a complete data inventory. This crucial step will give you clarity over your migration project and help you save a lot of time and money along the way.
Migration of legacy archives like Enterprise Vault are often left as the last part of the journey from on-premises servers to Office 365. A wide range of third-party migration tools are available, but many complex twists and turns await the unwary as they cope with journal reports, archive mailboxes, splitting and explosions, and the sheer amount of data to be migrated. It’s an interesting problem to solve.
Learn to use migAz to move Classic / Service Management / SM Azure IaaS virtual machine deployments to Azure Resource Manager / ARM in another subscription.
This post provides an overview of Microsoft’s new migration service to move your Azure virtual machines and their dependencies from Classic / Service Management / ASM / Azure V1 to the newer Azure Resource Manager / ARM / Azure V2.
Aidan shows how to migrate your virtual machines from Azure Classic Service Managment (ASM) API to the newer Azure Resource Manager (ARM) API.
Microsoft has a new migration guide that will help you move from Chrome OS to Windows which shows the company is aware the threat the growing OS represents.
Migrate data to SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business faster with the Office 365 Import Service.