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A SharePoint migration tutorial on moving to the Microsoft cloud

All of the resources you need for a successful SharePoint migration in one convenient place. Learn SharePoint migration best practices with the help of our free eBooks, videos, and articles from our award-winning blog.

What is a SharePoint migration?

SharePoint migration is the process of making existing content accessible in SharePoint or Office 365. Generally, this means copying, or “migrating”, content from a source environment—such as file shares, SharePoint Server, Box, or Google Drive—to any version of SharePoint or SharePoint Online.


SharePoint migration to Office 365: Why migrate to SharePoint Online?

Employees today want tools that make them more productive and engaged. The integrated productivity apps in Office 365 enable your organization to benefit from new methods of collaboration—empowering employees to be creative and work together, securely.


Create a SharePoint migration plan

Whether you’re moving to a newer version of SharePoint Server or getting ready to migrate to SharePoint Online in Office 365, planning—including taking an inventory and assessment of your data—is a crucial part of an effective migration strategy.


The ultimate SharePoint
migration checklist

SharePoint post-migration checklist

Success in the Microsoft cloud involves more than migration. Once you’ve completed your initial SharePoint migration, make sure you take these important next steps:


Step 1: Modernize existing SharePoint content

To take advantage of powerful new collaboration features in Office 365, your site architecture needs to go from top-down to flat. A SharePoint migration is an opportunity to restructure and reorganize your content—so take advantage of this chance!


Step 2: Deploy Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams is a powerful addition to Microsoft’s cloud-based productivity suite. But there’s more to deployment than enabling the app and stepping back. Follow these tips, tricks, and best practices to ensure a successful Teams rollout and adoption.


Step 3: Manage and secure SharePoint on an ongoing basis

After completing your migration, run regular reports to keep an eye on what’s happening in your environment and make sure users are complying with your governance policies.


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