We take you through 10 best practices, considerations, and suggestions that can enrich your Microsoft Teams deployment and ensure both end-user adoption and engagement.
Last week, at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference, it was mentioned that there are one billion Microsoft Windows and Office users today, and Office 365 is Microsoft’s fastest growing business in its history. At Perficient, we are definitely seeing this. Our customers are using Office 365 more than ever, from SharePoint to Exchange and Lync to Yammer and Power BI.
That being said, when it comes to SharePoint, if you are considering moving your on-premises SharePoint environment to the cloud, you aren’t alone. There are a plethora of reasons to make the move – with Office 365, SharePoint is easy to manage, has enhanced security, and is accessible from just about anywhere. To add to that, you have OneDrive for Business, you can extend the collaborative nature of SharePoint with Yammer, and you can find tons of SharePoint apps in the Office Store to extend functionality.
If your company is considering such a move, and you want to learn more, join us on Thursday, August 14, at 1 p.m. CT for a webinar, Best Practices for a Successful SharePoint Migration or Upgrade to the Cloud. During the session, Jason Bell, senior solution architect and SharePoint guru at Perficient, will show you how to make the migration process less daunting, including key details needed for a successful migration to Office 365. He’ll also cover:
- Top reasons to move from on-premises to SharePoint Online
- Challenges and technical considerations when migrating to the cloud
- Options for migrating to Office 365/SharePoint Online
- Best practices for secure cloud computing with SharePoint Online
In the meantime, our team has been hard at work on some comprehensive blog posts on the topic of migrations to Office 365. You can find them at our Microsoft blog.
To register for the webinar, click here.
Best Practices for a Successful SharePoint Migration or Upgrade to the Cloud
Thursday, August 14, 2014
1:00 p.m. CT