A new version of SharePoint for both on-premises and within Office 365 is here. But how do we prepare our existing SharePoint for the move to the new version? Has Microsoft moved any of the goalposts or tweaked the rules for SharePoint 2013? Is there a way to improve the quality and structure of our content as we make the move? And how do we keep sites and content in good shape long after the migration is complete?
Join Dr. Steve Marsh, Director of Product Marketing and Tamir Orbach, Director of Product Management from Metalogix as they discuss the finer points of what to consider before during and after a migration to a new version of SharePoint.
What will you learn?
- Top 5 planning considerations for moving to a new version of SharePoint
- Unique considerations for moving to Office 365/SharePoint Online
- Options for migrating to a new version of SharePoint
- Preparing your existing SharePoint for a migration
- How to keep SharePoint neat and tidy on an ongoing basis
Dr Steve Marsh – Director of Product Marketing - Metalogix
Steve joined Metalogix in the spring of 2010 to help build on the momentum that the company has been enjoying in Europe with their Microsoft SharePoint Migration, Storage Optimization and Management technologies. As well as speaking at various events, including the Microsoft SharePoint Conference in California and the European SharePoint Conference in Berlin, Steve also spends a lot of his time working directly with Metalogix customers and partners. Steve gained his PhD in Microelectronics and Physics from the University of Dundee where he worked on the research and development of novel semiconductor memory and flat panel display technologies.
Tamir Orbach – Director of Product Management - Metalogix
Tamir joined Metalogix in 2012 as the Director of Product Management for Content Matrix. Tamir drives the product roadmap and develops product requirements by proactively working with customers, analysts, partners and internal employees. He offers in-depth knowledge of use cases, customer pain points and the competitive landscape while advancing the Metalogix product vision. For 9 years, he served in multiple roles at Microsoft, focused primarily on SharePoint and Office.