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Are You at Risk Running SharePoint Server 2010?

If your organization is running on SharePoint Server 2010, you may be operating at risk. With mainstream support of SharePoint Server 2010 unavailable and extended support from Microsoft only available through October of 2020, it is a perfect time to begin planning to migrate to SharePoint Online. The SharePoint Migration assessment tool (SMAT) is a tool published Microsoft that is designed to scan the contents of your SharePoint farm and help identify the impact of migrating your server to SharePoint Online. You can download the SMAT tool here.

SMAT is designed to run without impacting your environment, because of this you may find that the tool requires one or two days to complete a scan depending on the size of your environment. During this time SMAT will record progress in the console window. Once the scans are completed, detailed output files will be available in the Logs directory. SMAT will provide a summary and more detailed insights on the scenarios that could be impacted by migration.
Perficient has helped to migrate more than 3.5 million users to the Microsoft cloud and are experts at migrating away from legacy versions of SharePoint. Should you require assistance assessing the readiness of your SharePoint implementation to migrate to SharePoint Online, our expert team is here. Our team leverages well established best practices to ensure a smooth transition of your content to SharePoint Online. Beyond content, our Rise intranet accelerator provides a framework for intranet success in Office 365. Rise enables you to accelerate solution adoption with native capabilities that support mobility, corporate communications, departmental sites, and finding people, documents, and much more. Contact us to find out more about our migration capabilities and Rise solution approach.

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