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In many cases, each employee within an organization uses their own methodology or process for managing versions of
One of the main reasons for
To optimize the findability of documents, Xillio's content migration software focus on transforming, clean-up and enriching content.
In addition to determining valuable content, for example by duplicating the system data or using it for selection, Xillio also ensures better findability and manageability in the new system. The starting point of Xillio for every migration is to add value, for example by restructuring or adding metadata via various smart techniques. This results in improved acceptance of the new system and makes migration a possibility to improve, where it is usually considered a necessary evil.
After an extensive analysis of the content collections on your file shares, Xillio provides intelligent content migration tools and services to enrich content by improving metadata, classifying content, by applying versioning (e.g. different versions of documents are 'stacked' in SharePoint) and de-duplicating documents. This way, only valuable content is migrated to your new SharePoint / Office 365 environment.
Xillio supports content migrations to and from any source and target system. Below are a number of examples of projects where we have migrated content on network drives to SharePoint Online. For other projects you can take a look at our customer page.
Xillio assisted Avans University of Applied Sciences with a stepwise migration of 22 academies from Xythos, Corsa and file shares to SharePoint Online and Office 365.
Water company PWN exchanged the manual migration of file shares to SharePoint for automated contet migration with use of Xillio.
At this government agency, we migrated content from multiple source systems (Hummingbird, LiveLink, SharePoint 2010 and file shares) to a new SharePoint environment.
This white paper explains all challenges that keep you from migrating to Microsoft 365. Most of these are easy to solve, but others will give you a real headache. Let’s have a look at them.