I get asked all the time by clients about moving to Office 365 and recommendations on what they can do to have a successful migration. To have a successful migration to Office 365, there is a typical deployment phase, our assessment, our planning, our preparing, then the actual migration phase and then the clean up phase. To have it be successful, you should spend the most time in the assess, prepare and plan phases. If you spend all your time up there and analyze the information correctly then you’ll actually have a successful migration phase. For those individuals who do not do that, they’re going to run into challenges either with invalid characters or mailbox issues or even held over infrastructure issues that now need to be resolved. Ultimately that’s going to extend the length of the project and potentially could create challenges for the end users that you’re trying to migrate.
- Can we have different Microsoft licenses for different employees?
- How many devices can I install Office apps on if I have a M365 business plan?
- Do you support persistent and non-persistent WVD?
- Can we move from a traditional Microsoft Client Server environment to Windows Server?
- Can we get rid of our on-premise domain controllers and move to Azure Domain Services?