With the release of Office 365, Microsoft has cemented its place as a provider of cloud-based services. Many organizations are considering a move to Office 365; it promises all of the key features and benefits of Exchange Server, Lync Server, and SharePoint Server, but without any of the overhead, hassle, or maintenance. Because Outlook will probably continue to be the main email client for your users, they will remain in a familiar application environment. All that’s changing, after all, is where the email is kept. This guide discusses the key considerations and decisions in a migration to Office 365, including what to look for when choosing migration tools.
|Umstieg leicht gemacht: Office 365 Migration für Dummies||Quest Software||Whitepaper||15.01.2013|
|Erfolgreich migrieren: In fünf Schritten von Lotus Notes zu Sharepoint||Quest Software||Whitepaper||15.01.2013|
|Ensuring a Smooth Exchange 2010 Migration||Quest Software||Whitepaper||15.01.2013|
|Restructuring, Consolidating or Merging Active Directory Domains||Quest Software||Whitepaper||15.01.2013|
|Office 365 – Bringing Enterprise-Class Cloud Email Capabilities to the Masses||Quest Software||Whitepaper||15.01.2013|