Migrate and Consolidate Content into OneDrive
OneDrive adoption often requires migration of existing content from other Enterprise File Sync & Share services, file shares and even SharePoint into newly provisioned OneDrive for Business accounts. Metalogix Essentials for Drives taps into Metalogix industry leading migration expertise to provide complete migration capabilities for OneDrive for Business.
OneDrive Visibility and Usage
Knowing what is going on in OneDrive isn’t easy. It lacks the structure and security of SharePoint or other on-premises collaboration platforms, making it necessary to regularly analyze your OneDrive for Business environment and compile information that lets you know where you users are producing the most content, how it is being used, what is trending, who is most active, and where there are correlations that give you insight into user engagement and content security.
Secure and Control OneDrive for Business
OneDrive for Business provides users with the freedom to collaborate and share content in an ad hoc fashion without the structure of a formal collaboration or enterprise content management system. However, with this freedom comes the need for some level of control over your OneDrive for Business environment. Essentials for Drives provides the reporting, auditing and security features necessary for controlling OneDrive for Business.
Backup OneDrive for Business
One of the benefits of moving to the cloud is that you no longer need to worry about the infrastructure aspects of your SharePoint deployment. However, the service level of OneDrive for Business may not provide you with the protection that you need against accidental deletion, modification or corruption of content. Metalogix Essentials for Drives provides backup and granular restore capability for OneDrive for Business, allowing you to extend the level of protection over your content.
- SharePoint 2007,2010, 2013, 2016
- Office 365
- Google Drive
- File Shares
- File System
- Public Folders
- OneDrive for Business
As organizations make the decision to transition from on-premises Exchange Server deployments to Office 365, administrators are sometimes left wondering how to perform the migration.
Microsoft supports several different migration types, but each migration path is intended for use in very specific situations. In addition, there are third party tools available that can either assist with or even automate the migration process.
This whitepaper discusses the various migration options that are available, as well as the advantages and disadvantages of each approach. It will cover:
- Various email migration options
- Prerequisites and migration tasks
- The power of third party migration tools
- Guidance for selecting the correct migration path