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    Teams Tuesday Meetup May 2021 Podcast

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    Content: This session will be about Migration Strategies 101: If You Fail To Plan, Plan To Fail – Quick Tips To Make Your Move To Microsoft 365 Successful. Your organization will be moving content. It is not IF, but WHEN. Having a strategy around how and what to keep will be paramount to a successful migration as well as: Inventory source environments with detailed discovery and pre-scan, to inform your migration project planning – including required mappings, prioritization, and content or customizations requiring re-work. Easily transfer content—granularly or in bulk—from legacy repositories to SharePoint and Microsoft 365 with a simple point-and-click interface. Flexible job scheduling can maintain coexistence, and reduce time to value of your new environment. Migrate large quantities of content from file systems, Documentum, Filenet, Livelink, SharePoint Server, or other legacy ECM systems to Microsoft 365 quickly and easily, to overcome throttling limitations and accelerate your cutover to the cloud.

    Jeff Willinger, MVP
    Jeff is a rainmaker, cloud first, advanced capture and document imaging, Microsoft MVP, leader and an internationally recognized online influencer, analyst, and expert on all things digital transformation, customer and employee experience, web collaboration, enterprise social networking, and enterprise IT strategy and has been named one of the top SharePoint and Office 365 personalities for past ten years. He is called a character with character and an early adopter of enterprise 2.0 technologies, social media content and marketing, e-commerce; community building, change management, engagement and go-to partner.

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