Essentials for Office 365

Learn What Office 365 Can and Can’t Do For Ongoing Management

You’ve made the move to Office 365 and you’re wondering what’s next, right?  OR you’re planning your move and you want the complete picture. After your people and your content are in the cloud,  it’s all about serving your users and maintaining a productive, controlled and secure environment for collaboration.

End User Therapy - Take Control of OneDrive and Office 365 Content Chaos

What’s the best organized & simplest collaboration environment to administer? One without users of course! All jokes aside, collaboration is about supporting how users work together.

Making the move to the cloud and Office 365 is a big decision, but getting your content there doesn’t have to be difficult.

The great thing about Office 365 is the variety of productivity tools that are available. The bad thing about Office 365 is that just as you start using one, a new solution arrives, or an existing is changed. Microsoft Teams is the latest member of the family, however Yammer has also received some updates causing an outcry of confusion.

Es ist nicht unbedingt einfach, im Rahmen der Migration alle Stakeholder zufrieden zu stellen und gleichzeitig ungeplante technische Probleme möglichst von vornherein zu verhindern.

So your organization has decided to migrate to Office 365 and you’ve been tasked with not only moving content, but with making the most of your organization’s investment. Moving across collaboration platforms is nothing new, but an Office 365 migration brings additional pressures and challenges that do differ from conventional migration activities.

Will OneDrive for Business live up to our expectations?

Leading organizations are transitioning from shared network drives and diverse cloud sharing apps into OneDrive for Business, and their users are reaping the benefits of a unified, secure, intuitive solution. But making such a high-impact transition requires thoughtful planning and execution.    

Antonio Maio, MVP & SharePoint Architect at Protiviti, discusses the secrets to successful SharePoint migrations

No two migrations are the same, but all successful migrations have at least two things in common: Intelligent planning and thoughtful execution.

Seit dem Übergang von SharePoint 2003 zu 2007 and jeder darauffolgenden Version fragen sich zahlreiche Unternehmen, ob die nächste Version überhaupt für sie geeignet ist.

For a very low yearly price per user you've just purchased, or are looking at, an entire ecosystem of features within Office 365. As soon as you think you understand what's included (Exchange, Skype, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint) more apps arrive. With apps come a great list of questions from your end-users. Why are you making me change? Why can't I just use Word like I used too? What are all these tiles?

SharePoint Administrators building a migration plan and IT Managers hiring a consultant experience huge pressure for the project to satisfy all stakeholders, and not run into any unplanned technical errors.

Through hundreds of my own migrations and thousands of Metalogix customers, I've seen two decisions that can create a successful migration. To structure your migration you must balance the change management approach and the technical architecture of your project.


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