This week on the show, Steve and Paul are joined by Sigi Jagott, long-time MVP and Exchange Server expert, to discuss best practice when upgrading on-premises servers to Exchange 2019, Native Cross-Tenant Migrations, Azure AD resiliency, and more!
Control Your Configuration as Migrations Unfold It can be quite a challenge to maintain workload configurations in a Microsoft 365 tenant. Small to medium size organizations might have administrators responsible for the management of the entire tenant. Large enterprise organizations might assign different people to manage different workloads. All share a common responsibility of keeping […]
Preparation, Preparation, and More Preparation Migrations in Microsoft 365 are a complex beast. It seems every time you feel like you have captured everything, more apps or functionalities appear. Every shiny new tool Microsoft releases is another consideration for migration teams and IT departments. Planning for migrations – tenant-to-tenant or otherwise – is a mammoth […]
Mike Weaver, Paul Robichaux and Steve Goodman head to Commsverse on Sept 15 & 16 at Mercedez-Benz World just outside of London, UK. Learn more about the hybrid conference as well as the session that Mike and Paul are hosting together - 'Teams Tenant-to-Tenant Challenges: It Just Keeps Getting Worse!'
Scoping and planning are instrumental for a successful Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration project. This article covers where Microsoft native tools can be a good fit for some, paid tools the best option for others; and review how to realistically scope your project and map to the appropriate options.
Every organization faced with a large tenant-to-tenant migration is concerned with how quickly they can migrate their content, and often view throttling as a nuisance. This article details why throttling is important to the process; how you can outline expectations with the client, and best practices for accommodating throttling against a timeline.
This blog summarizes the Q&A from a recent webcast held on tenant-to-tenant Teams migrations. Hosted by Richard Dean and Mike Weaver, the session drilled down into the granular details and important idiosyncrasies you need to know in order to execute this specific type of migration.