Office 365 and SharePoint migrations at your organisation’s own pace
Perfect for small to medium SharePoint and Office 365 migrations.
It is often the case within large enterprise organisations, that IT departments are not keen on the ‘big bang’ approach to Office 365 or SharePoint migrations. Migration as a Service is Content and Code’s offering for small to medium migration tasks or projects around SharePoint and Office 365. The service provides a responsive migration capability through a dedicated support team enabling clients with small to medium migration projects or longer term rolling migration projects to move those workloads with the same integrity and success criteria as larger migration projects. The service provided is tool agnostic and does not require the procurement of expensive migration tools.
Our dedicated service desk are experienced migration consultants trained to use industry leading migration tools. Any adhoc migration requests you have can be scoped and completed with a quick turnaround time, without project scale resources and lead times.
As an industry leading SharePoint and Office 365 partner will assess your migration risk factors, analyse and resolve them. Our experience with migration projects has been honed into a successful methodology with data integrity and success criteria at its heart.
At Content and Code, we use industry leading Office 365 and SharePoint migration software providers to move your data. We include the migration tools as part of the service so you don’t need to go through the process of sales and procurement and additional cost.
Office 365 and SharePoint migrations as a Service
Migration readiness assessment
Migration velocity test report
Full migration schedule
Full migration project plan
Installation of pre-requisite tools
In scope support of migration issues
Get support for your small to medium Office 365 or SharePoint migration project. Speak to Content and Code today.
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