Get Help with Office 365 Migration

Office 365 was launched on June 28, 2011 created by Microsoft as a group of software that provides productivity software and services.

Office 365 comes with a variety of choices to choose from when it comes to applications and storage space aimed at different needs and market segments, providing different sets of features at different price points; for consumers, for example, the service allows the use of Microsoft Office apps on Windows and OS X, providing storage space on Microsoft’s cloud storage service OneDrive, and granting 60 Skype minutes per month. For business and enterprise users there is a different service available including e-mail and social networking services through hosted versions of Exchange Server, Skype for Business Server, SharePoint and Office Online, integration with Yammer, as well as access to the Office software.

Namely, the Office 365 Website plans provided are:

Personal

Home (formerly Home Premium) the same as Personal, but for use on up to five devices by up to five users.

Business Essentials, Offers access to hosted Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync services only.

Business: Offers desktop apps for both Mac and PCs for up to five computers per user.

Business Premium

ProPlus: Offers access to the Office 2016 Professional Plus applications

Enterprise: Intended for use in enterprise environments. Offers access to all Office applications, hosted Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for Business services, plus enterprise-specific legal compliance features and support.

Office 365 Migration allows you to migrate email to Office 365 from other systems. Your administrators can migrate mailboxes from an Exchange Server or from migrate email from another email system. And your users can import their own email, contacts, and other mailbox information to an Office 365 mailbox created for them. Your organization also can work with a partner to migrate email.

Before going ahead with the migration you should find an Office 365 Website partner that will follow these very important steps before completing Office 365 Migration:

Understand the business goals

Set appropriate business level expectations

Present the official Business Requirements Document

Get business level sign-off

Build Working Requirements Document

Develop SharePoint

The advantages of having Microsoft Office 365 help is that it:

Provides Office 365 Migration

Provides a SOW (statement of work)

Provides access to your personal Project Portal

Provides Mockups and designs for your sites

Provides Testing Documents to ensure your area is ready

Migrates Files and Resources

Migrates Design and Style

Provides Access to the Team

Starts by using your custom designed sites

Provides Help Desk Support for 60 days after deployment

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