Taking the Risk Out of Public Folder Migration

Sponsored by: Priasoft

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Despite Microsoft’s de-emphasizing them a decade ago, public folders continue to be a first class feature of Microsoft Exchange Server and Exchange Online (Office 365). For many organizations, the need to migrate public folders is a key factor in moving to the latest version of Exchange or to Office 365. But, with Microsoft’s architectural changes, upgrading from versions of Exchange prior to 2013 to a more current version or to Office 365 is a challenge.
So, what difficulties will you face when migrating public folders, and what are the best practices?
In this interactive webcast, join IT Pro contributor, Nick Cavalancia, and Eriq VanBibber from Priasoft, as they discuss:

  • Sources of Public Folder migration risk
  • Mitigating Public folder migration risk
  • Expediting the migration process
  • Ensuring public folders remain accessible throughout the transition

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Nick Cavalancia has nearly 20 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. He has authored, co-authored and contributed to over a dozen books on Microsoft technologies. Nick regularly speaks, writes and blogs for some of the most recognized tech companies today on a variety of topics. 

Eriq VanBibber is a consummate Technologist, who’s been in corporate information technology for over 20 years, with 15 of those years centered on messaging, migrations and the ever evolving world of Microsoft Exchange and Office 365. Happiest when he’s assisting any one of the many consultants and customers that come to Priasoft for a technology solution to a problem migration – Eriq prefers to work alongside IT Pros and customer IT staff to help solve problems, even when they are not directly related to Priasoft’s products, and is someone that has had access to many scenarios from the very small to the very large enterprise consisting of tens of thousands of users in his role as Chief Technology Officer.

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