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With 1 in 5 organizations today using some or all of Office 365, businesses experiencing mergers or acquisitions now need to likely include the consolidation of Office 365 tenants as part of the plan.
But with this consolidation involving directories, messaging, files, storage, and collaboration data, planning a migration that maintains security and productivity can be a challenge.
So, what’s the right way to plan and execute tenant-to-tenant migrations of Office 365?
In this interactive webcast, join Microsoft Cloud & Data Center MVP Nick Cavalancia, and Ron Robbins from Quest, as they discuss:
- How Mergers and Acquisitions affect Office 365
- Why a migration is more than just moving data
- Best practices to building and executing a detailed migration plan
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Nick Cavalancia Contributing Editor for IT Pro Today
Nick has over 25 years of enterprise IT experience, is an accomplished consultant, speaker, trainer, writer, and columnist, and has achieved industry certifications including MCSE, MCT, Master CNE, and Master CNI. Nick has owned an MSP focused on the SMB, an enterprise IT consulting company, and today runs Techvangelism, where he serves the IT community as a technical evangelist, working with some of the most recognized tech companies today. Nick has authored, co-authored and contributed to nearly two dozen books on Microsoft technologies, and regularly speaks, writes and blogs on a variety of topics.
Ron Robbins is a senior product manager at Quest where he is responsible for guiding the direction of Quest’s migration solutions for messaging and Active Directory and provides assistance to customers and strategic partners. Ron has more than 15 years of experience in IT and has authored several white papers and articles covering the topics of Exchange migration and management. Prior to joining Quest, Ron provided IT support and consulting services to many different organizations including fortune 500 companies. Ron holds a bachelor’s degree from Mount Vernon Nazarene University.