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Exchange to Office 365 Migration
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Exchange to Office 365 Migration

Did you know more than 500,000 companies have adopted Office 365 in the US alone?

Companies today have realized that migrating their on-premise mailboxes, data, communications, and email management solutions in exchange to a cloud-based platform like Office 365 is highly beneficial as well as user-friendly. Studies reveal that around 78% of enterprises have moved a portion of their IT and data (hybrid deployment) to the cloud platforms, and most of the cloud users are currently on-board Office 365.

As a CIO or CEO, concerns regarding office 365 security and reliability before migration are natural to arise when you’re considering moving your business entirely or partly to cloud solutions. You may even wonder if you should be migrating to office 365 at all. Rest assured, Office 365 is the standout amongst the most secure platforms in the world. Microsoft also offers several tools to help you avoid cyber threats & data breaches. Read more about Office 365 Security Best Practices.

But, before we move on to learn about the Office 365 exchange migration step-by-step there is one pre-requisite to complete and that is to prepare an ‘Office 365 pre-migration checklist‘. Whether it’s an office 365 minimal hybrid migration, exchange on-premises to exchange online, or migration of large mailboxes to exchange online it is important to consider key things before even planning out the transition:

Office 365 Migration Checklist involves:
Before taking up a migration process you need to be prepared with pre-migration, migration, and post-migration planning to avail a hassle-free cloud migration to Microsoft office 365 and the Microsoft 365 migration checklist involves:

Communicate the transition – The internal and external stakeholders need to be prepared in advance before starting out the exchange migration. Communicate the migration plan, time frame, and the day of the cutover migration.
Prepare details of migration – This includes the preparation of on-premises exchange inventory. The number of mailboxes, storage locations, DNS, etc.
Current infrastructure assessment – Read our Office 365 readiness assessment guide.
Ensure the data to be migrated is ready

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