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[Sponsored] Managing Teams Deployments for Better Outcomes

by Tony Redmond

Teams is on a roll at present with the number of organizations using the app accelerating past 500,000. Good planning and forethought help enormously to ensure the success of any deployment and Teams is no different. Whether you're running a migration from Skype for Business Online or a greenfield deployment, thinking before deploying is always a good thing to do.

Intractable Problems Involved in Merging Office 365 Tenants

by Tony Redmond

Microsoft makes it easy for companies to use Office 365 and has been very successful in moving customers to the cloud. But when you get to the cloud and find that your company is involved in a corporate merger, acquisition, or split, things are not so easy because the tools to do the work don't exist. Some glimmer of hope exists as ISVs have started to take interest in the space.

Wrapping Up Ignite: More Office 365 Snippets

by Tony Redmond

Tony Redmond explores some things he found out or explored during the week, including a solid DLP roadmap for Office 365, how BMC Remedy creates incident tickets from DLP audit events, that Veeam now offers a backup for Exchange Online, how QUADROtech's ADAM plans to drag public folders into the 21st century, and more.

Moving Legacy Archives to Office 365 Is Painful

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Migration of legacy archives like Enterprise Vault are often left as the last part of the journey from on-premises servers to Office 365. A wide range of third-party migration tools are available, but many complex twists and turns await the unwary as they cope with journal reports, archive mailboxes, splitting and explosions, and the sheer amount of data to be migrated. It’s an interesting problem to solve.