Tips to ease your transition to Microsoft SharePoint Online

If you’re ready for a SharePoint cloud migration, you’re in good company. 34 percent of your IT colleagues are considering moving content from their on-premises deployments to the cloud, and those numbers are growing each year.

Be careful, though. Before you make that jump to the cloud, you might want to take a close look at your current configuration. If you’re like most businesses, you probably have dozens of customized sites that include:

  • Hundreds or thousands of documents
  • Customized site layouts
  • Custom-built business apps and workflows
  • Complex user rights, controlling access to sites and documents

With so much of your business relying on SharePoint, you can’t afford down time during your migration, but how do you minimize that risk with so much complexity? Fortunately, you can make life easier by planning ahead and following a few important steps along the way.

You can download our free transition guide right now to help you prepare for a smooth migration to the cloud. The guide gives you step-by-step instructions to plan and migrate strategically, so that you can avoid or limit the pitfalls.

For example, you’ll learn how you can:

  • Assess your current content, apps and customizations
  • Plan your new SharePoint architecture
  • Use a hybrid-cloud approach to migrate in steps, so that you’re always in control

Get the full story by downloading the transition guide here!





[1] Survey. AIIM. Connecting and Optimizing SharePoint and important strategy choices. 2015. http://www.aiim.org/Research-and-Publications.

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