Infrastructure as a service and cloud computing have revolutionized the IT landscape in the past few years, but the truth is that companies rarely jump on board with the latest trends unless they’re compelled to do so—it’s just human nature. Companies, and the people that operate them, are often content to stroll along the same […]
I’ve worked in a call center as a customer service representative. You know, the kind of call center that is rigid, confined, and most of all, very boring! That’s why I was so surprised when I started working at SherWeb. Our technical support advisors don’t offer typical customer support, and they certainly don’t work in […]
Have you ever moved? I’m not talking about leaving your parents’ house for the first time, but a real move! A family of 4 move! It’s one of those events in life that can go really well… or really bad. Depending on how you prepared for this big move, it could go either way!
The Minimal Hybrid Configuration option is best for clients who want to keep directory synchronization in place and move all their mailboxes to Exchange Online in a short amount of time, as it performs a one-time sync of all users and then migrates their mailboxes to Office 365 with minimal disruption.
Let’s face it. Migrating data from an Exchange Server to Office 365 is a complex process. No matter which method you choose, you’ll have to do a lot of planning and you’ll have to be ready for bumps along the way. So talk to your clients. Find out what kind of data they want to migrate and how much time they’re willing to spend on moving it to Office 365. Once you have the answer to these questions, you’ll have a better idea of which migration method will be the best solution for their business.