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Successfully moving a company's IT assets to the cloud requires thoughtful planning, alignment among stakeholders, and a thorough review of current and future technology needs. To support companies with more than 25 employees through this process, Microsoft provides a proven methodology - the Office 365 Customer Decision Framework. This approach is fully explained in a free whitepaper titled "Evaluating Microsoft Office 365 in the Enterprise: Capability and Technical Fit Assessment."
The Capability and Technical Fit Assessment is a three-stage process that includes: a Technical Evaluation, Solution Alignment Workshop, and Migration Due Diligence. For each of these steps, the whitepaper provides: its purpose and benefit, recommended participants, technical briefing format, and outcome. A high level overview is also shown in the chart below:
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Careful planning and a thorough review of current and future technology requirements are essential to
Hello, I'm a small user of Google Apps, I pay my yearly $50 per user and am not pleased with the direction Google is moving, but having been a paid for Google apps user for a number of years my inbox is VERY large
I am wondering if Office365 is for me.
I am a BlackBerry user. and this will not be changing, having used an iPhone, Android device and windows 8 device in the last 6 months, I know unequivocally that my email service must revolve around the ability to use my BlackBerry.
I would like my Calendar to sync with my BlackBerry and my Desktop Outlook 2010 client
I would like to manage my contacts with both web/desktop outlook/BlackBerry
my email address must be firstname.lastname@example.org and not some forwarding system or method
are there tools or instruction sets out there for me to move from gmail to outlook/office365?