Ten critical areas for those moving from Exchange on-premises to Office 365

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Description

We'll assume that you have hybrid connectivity sorted, your directory synchronization works, and that mailboxes move smoothly from on-premises servers into the cloud. All seems well, but what should you do next after the initial Office 365 adoption phase completes? This session examines ten critical areas for Office 365 administrators to consider and discusses why things are so different in the cloud. We talk about Exchange Online and backups, compliance and auditing, mobile clients, PowerShell, Office 365 Groups, mobile apps, and keeping up to date. There's a lot to fit into 75 minutes, but you can expect robust and practical commentary from Tony Redmond, one of the most experienced MVPs working in this area.

Day:

3

Level:

0

Track:

Office 365

Session Type:

Breakout: 75 minute

Code:

BRK3332

Room:

OCCC Valencia W415 AB

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    shivg

    Thank you for information about Exchange on-premises to Office 365 migration. One can also try Kernel Migrator for Exchange software. By using it, you can easily migrate data from Exchange (on-premises) to Office 365, Exchange-to-Exchange, Office 365 to Office 365. The software also allows you to migrate Public folder from one Exchange/Office 365 account to another without any hassle.

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