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Microsoft Office 365 MVP’s Publish Book on Cloud Migration

Perficient colleague and Microsoft MVP David Greve has co-authored a book with fellow Microsoft Office 365 MVP Loryan Strant. Entitled “Microsoft Office 365: Exchange Online Implementation and Migration,” the book provides a hands-on tutorial that shows organizations of all sizes how to implement and migrate to Microsoft Exchange Online in Office 365. From the Press Release
Microsoft Office 365 provides Microsoft Office collaboration and productivity tools, such as Lync and SharePoint, delivered through the cloud. Exchange Online is one tool within the Office 365 suite that provides business email in the cloud so it can be accessed anywhere and at any time. As one of only seven Microsoft Worldwide National Systems Integrator (NSI) Partners, Perficient partners with clients to implement Office 365 technologies that improve communications and increase productivity among all stakeholders – employees, partners and customers.
“Cloud computing is a hot topic as organizations are challenged with cutting costs while accelerating time-to-market and improving communication and customer satisfaction. Cloud computing solutions like Office 365 can enable business efficiency and agility,” said David Greve. “As companies begin to invest significantly in implementing the right cloud strategy, CIOs should consider the business problem they need to address and align the appropriate solution and architecture model to meet those challenges. For those companies looking to take that next step, this book provides a practical, hands-on tutorial for migrating from an on-premise Exchange environment to Office 365 for Exchange Online.”
Microsoft Office 365: Exchange Online Implementation and Migration,” published by Packt Publishing, is authored in four parts. The first part covers general setup of Office 365. The second part focuses on how to plan, prepare, and migrate a small business to Office 365, using various supported approaches by Microsoft. The third part covers how to plan, prepare, and setup ADFS, Directory Synchronization and Exchange Hybrid in a mid- to enterprise environment, followed by migrations to Office 365. The final part offers various clean-up and references to other helpful reading materials on Office 365.
You can see David Greve talking about Office 365 here

Congratulations to David and to Loryan Strant on the book!

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I am passionate about connecting people and information and fascinated by the evolution of social business solutions and cloud adoption. I currently lead Perficient's Partner & Industry Marketing team and am fortunate to work with incredibly talented people sharing the stories, accomplishments and insights of the Perficient team.

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