We are a Microsoft certified Office 365 partner and we are currently completing around 5 to 7 migration projects a month for customers all over the UK.
We have a team of 16 Microsoft certified engineers and have a full list of accreditation’s and certificates we can provide you with for peace of mind as we have supported only businesses for the last 20+ years and we already deal with other clients in your direct industry that I could give as testimonials. Please click here to see our cloud brochure, it contains all the information on our Office 365 service and the benefits that come with it.
Do you know that over 70% of migrations/backups/recoveries end in failure? And most of them fail not just because of technology limitations, but because basic concepts are misunderstood. A successful Office 365 migration has the following 5 elements to it:
Determine your needs and priorities
The first step in migrating your business to the cloud is to determine your needs and priorities. The overarching question is what do you want to put in the cloud? Is it just email, or are you also trying to move documents and file shares?
Pick a Plan – or Plans
After we know your requirements, you’ll need to choose your plan(s) based on the requirements you determined. If you’re not sure what to get, as a Microsoft partner we can help you choose the plans that best fit your needs and budget. One of the great things about Office 365 is the ability to mix and match plans within your organisation and easily move between plans. If you later determine an employee needs a different plan, you can switch them to a different license at any time.
Get a Microsoft Partner
If you have a tech-savvy team, you may be able to use us to handle the migration than trying to do this by yourself. If you don’t have much experience with this, it’s better to get an experienced Microsoft Partner involved especially with the planning phase.
Plan Your Migration
After you’ve picked your licenses, the next step is to plan your migration. Planning your migration, we will work closely with you as your Partner , it is one of, if not the most critical steps. Without a plan, you’re more likely to miss something. It’s much harder to fix something in the middle of a migration than it is to take the extra time to create a plan from the beginning.