Why do I switch from Exchange to Office 365?

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  • Pistle
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    An Office 365 migration eliminates time and expense by removing your company’s reliance on physical servers altogether! Think of the additional costs associated with your existing servers, such as: the electricity to power them; the space on your premises to house them; buying hardware to replace or upgrade an outdated system. It all quickly adds up. Here are some benefits of exchange to office 365 migration as follows.

    Scalability
    A solution that grows with your business!
    With Office365, you pay for what you’re using — meaning that everything from embracing new solutions to adding on additional data storage as you bring on new employees are both effortless and highly cost effective. When your organisation grows, you can simply pay for the additional services and data storage you need.

    Security
    A company’s greatest asset is its data and documents. Losing these can be disastrous. With an Office365 migration, you can eliminate most of those concerns. Microsoft’s cloud services come with enhanced data protection and backup tools, meaning no matter the size of your organisation, you’ll have access to enterprise level security, without requiring an enterprise level. You always know where your data is and who has access to it. You can also remotely wipe all data from your mobile device if it’s lost or stolen.

    Work anywhere. Anytime.
    The most obvious advantage of migrating to Office365 is that it provides web-enabled access to just about everything. Documents, email, contacts, calendars — everything can be accessed anywhere, at any time, on any computer, smartphone, or tablet that you happen to have handy!

    Real-time Collaboration
    Office 365 is focused on connecting you with your colleagues to make your business more collaborative than ever. Teams can collaborate with Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint allowing colleagues to seamlessly make edits, add comments and improve on documents in real time without having to download them. It also saves each version automatically, so you can revert to older versions easily.

     


    AlbertTaylor
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    If you are an Exchange user and want to migrate your all mailboxes into Office 365, in that case, I would recommend you try the Bitdataconversion Exchange Migration tool. This tool also migrates Office 365/Live Exchange public folder and archive mailboxes into another Office 365/Live Exchange public folder and Archive Mailboxes. It has also a free demo version that helps the users to know about its features and working process. The demo version will also help you to migrate the first 50 items per folder.

    For more information visit – https://www.bitdataconversion.com/exchange-migration.html


    johnjorge
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    Perform smooth migration without any data loss and security issues. EdbMails Exchange migration tool is the best solution as it can perform Exchange to Office 365 migration seamlessly.

    You may want to go with EdbMails Exchange Migration also for other reasons like:
    It is compatible with all windows operating system.</span></p>
    Direct migration to another Exchange server (no double-hop)
    Supports all Exchange server versions like 2007, 2010 2013, and 2019.
    Automatically sets the impersonation rights in the target server.
    Reconnects automatically and continues the migration operation if there is intermittent connection issue.
    Performs cross forest, cross domain migrations.

    Know More:Exchange to Office 365 Migration

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