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Or migrate your legacy ECM to Dropbox/Box? We are here to support you every step of the way.
Are you using Dropbox or Box as your new central enterprise content management system? With Box and Dropbox, collaboration and sharing are made very easy. In addition, these cloud storage solutions are relatively inexpensive and might offer the basic functionality that is enough for you.
Need to migrate your fileshares, network drives of legacy enterprise content management solution to one of these cloud storage solutions? Xillio offers content migration software en services between any source system to Box/Dropbox. An important (first) step of every migration we do, is analyzing the source content with our Insights tool. Based on this analysis, we can make data-driven decision about the migration strategy.
Are you preparing a migration of Box to OneDrive in Microsoft 365 (formerly known as Office 365)? Again, before starting your migration it's good to know what content you have, where it should go (maybe even deleted or archived) and what transformations are needed.
As Xillio is a preferred partner of Microsoft, we can guarantee a proven and successful migration approach that helps companies to feel confident and comfortable shedding their (legacy) enterprise content management systems in favor of Microsoft 365.
The 2 minute video is an example of a migration project, done by our professional consultants, in which we migrated content from IBM FileNet to Box.
Watch the video to learn more about our migration software and approach.
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Box and Dropbox are Enterprise File Sync and Share Solutions (EFSS). These solutions enable organizational users to securely synchronize and share documents, photos, videos, and files from multiple devices with employees, external customers, and partners.
Consumer-focused solutions make their way into the enterprise environment. The reason is often clear; these types of solutions offer a top-notch end-user experience in most cases. Legacy enterprise solutions - on the other end - often require a lot of user interaction and thought about how and in what way to store specific documents before being able to collaborate on them.