The Ins and Outs of Automated Public Folder Migration The Ins and Outs of Automated Public Folder Migration
When moving to the cloud, it’s a massive timesaver to automatically migrate public folders, too. The Ins and Outs of Automated Public Folder Migration

When moving to the cloud, it’s a massive time-saver to automatically migrate public folders, too. You need to be able to move your customer’s shared mail folders, calendars, contacts, journals, notes, and tasks as an easy addition to your cloud migration project. Thankfully, BitTitan offers an automated public folder migration service to help reduce the complexity and complications of the migration progress.

How does it work?

Traditional methods of migrating legacy public folders to Office 365 and other platforms don’t plan for the unexpected—large folder sizes, multiple file types in one folder, and hybrid deployments, among others. This leaves the door open for problems and delays, such as lost or unrecoverable data, extensive periods of user downtime, or exceeding project timelines and budget.

Automating your public folder migration helps you avoid common pitfalls so that you save time, eliminate surprises, and ensure a smooth migration to the cloud for your customers.

Prescriptive guidance and automated tasks remove the learning curve for performing a public folder migration.

What are the benefits?

  • Folder filtering
  • Maintain existing folder hierarchy
  • Folder transformations
  • Permissions translation
  • Migration from any of our global data centers
  • 24/7 technical support
  • No time limit on migration
  • Advanced migration filtering by date, folders and more
  • Accessible by browser, PowerShell or API
  • Prescriptive guidance and automation through MSPComplete

It’s fast, effective migration for important shared folders—so you can make it easy for customers to take advantage of the cloud to collect, organise, and share documents and information across their organisations.

This post first appeared on the Tarsus On Demand blog.

No comments so far.

Be first to leave comment below.

Leave a Reply