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Many organizations are moving their content out of Documentum. The most popular migration combination we see, is a migration in which we move Documentum content and metadata to the cloud collaboration solution Microsoft 365 (previously known as Office 365). During this migration, content is often migrated to SharePoint Online, Teams, OneDrive, Records Center or Azure Files. If you're not looking for a Microsoft solution, Xillio can also assist in a content migration from Documentum to OpenText or Documentum to Alfresco.
Whether you're planning on migrating the content yourself or to outsource the migration, it is important that the Documentum documents and metadata end up in Office 365 correctly.
SharePoint Online has a different structure than Documentum, so mapping and restructuring is required. SharePoint, for example, contains site collections, sites, libraries, lists, and list items where Documentum uses cabinets, folders, and documents. Having a partner who has the expertise and experience with these challenges, can save you a lot of time.
At Xillio, we believe the key to a successful migration lies in the preparation phase. A properly prepared migration, starts once you know what content you have, where it is stored and what you do (and do not) want to migrate. With the Xillio Insights tool, you can analyze your Documentum content, make data-driven migration decisions and prepare your migration to the fullest.
Watch the video below to learn more about Xillio Insights for Documentum.
In this 4 minute video, we demonstrate our interactive migration analysis tool, called Xillio Insights, in a Documentum to SharePoint Online migration. Insights helps you to understand your content and take data-driven migration decisions.
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