A Simple Guide To SharePoint Configuration And Migration
Posted by SharePointJedi on March 23rd, 2017
Immediately that the long awaited SharePoint 2016 has been released, users can for the first time build truly powerful collaborative solutions that bridge both the On-Premises and Cloud services that drive your commercial enterprise.
With the advancements in core features of collaboration down to storage using One Drive for Business, plus the investments made in Hybrid for Microsoft SharePoint, organizations now have the best and most strategic platform to make their collaboration platform and serve on. The new features that have been added to SharePoint 2016 will significantly improve your personal experience and utilization of SharePoint, ensure better user adoption, and create an overall more useful result.
SharePoint configuration is an only requires commitment from an organization to start. A successful configuration management plan requires tools, developed and qualified staff, and clear lines of ownership, and process and policy controls that are continually implemented.
Where SharePoint configuration management typically goes wrong is because of inadequate change management. Specifically, tools are not utilized to document new installations and settings fully -- SharePoint, SQL Server, web OS, servers, network, and storage. Process rigor isn't mature (i.e., Documented, well recognized, and repeatable consistently).
As announced a while ago, Microsoft is migrating all Outlook.com mailboxes to the Office 365 Exchange Online mail servers. This will get you a much better synching experience to Outlook but unfortunately, may need you to re-opened the Outlook.com account in Outlook and create some additional changes once your mailbox has been run over.
The guide will contain the information about the migration process; like current status, what you have to take to do beforehand, what you need to do afterward and some of the other major changes you need to be aware of.
Migration Manager for Exchange eliminates the risk of migrating and consolidating to new version Exchange 2016 or Office 365 environments.
The result enables you to:
Either Migrating or upgrading SharePoint could be a daunting task, especially with limited out-of-the-box migration options. If you are deploying SharePoint for the first time while upgrading to the latest version or moving to Office 365, migrating data requires careful training and a flexible solution to support all of your migration scenarios. Spjedi that solution, providing a rich set of features that far surpass the capabilities of database attach upgrades and the manual migration of information from legacy repositories including file shares.
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