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Migrate SharePoint on-premise to SharePoint Online
Did you know SharePoint 2010 will reach end of life on October 13, 2020? As Microsoft prepares to sunset the on premise collaboration platform, you will need to take steps before extended support is no longer available. Migrating or upgrading to a newer version, whether the sources is SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013, is no picnic. When interim patches are not run on your current SharePoint environment, you are not officially supported via the upgrade path provided by Microsoft.
Of course, there are other solutions that can successfully deliver a simple SharePoint on premise to Office 365 migration. However, if you go with one of these options, you can be sure the value of your content will not improve, and that does not help you make your documents easier to find in the new environment or to meet compliancy.
When you perform a simple one to one migration of content to a new SharePoint environment, you are left with worthless content such as duplicates, or content lacking good metadata.
Would you like to fully utilize your new Office 365 (incl. SharePoint Online, Teams, OneDrive)? If so, you first need to improve the quality of the content during the migration. Once you clean the content properly, then you can associate it to a new uniform data structure and metadata model.
Xillio offers a number of possibilities – beyond just the actual SharePoint on premise migration – to also transform content during the migration process in a flexible manner by:
We use Xillio Insights to analyse the extracted SharePoint data and make these data-driven decisions.
Do you want to know what we can do for your migration to SharePoint? Do you want more practical tips for an optimal migration to SharePoint? Then contact us or request a quote using the form below.
As part of their Digital Transformation, organizations are beginning to think strategically about their content.
This white paper wants to explore the role of content migration in that process of re-thinking, re-positioning and re-invigorating what is one of the valuable assets of any organization: its content.
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