Steps to completing a successful SharePoint migration

Challenging the status quo and migrating from older versions of SharePoint, such as SharePoint 2007, to newer versions of SharePoint Server or even the cloud, can often seem like a complex, challenging and daunting task.

With many organisations using highly customised environments of SharePoint, it is essential to understand exactly what you’re up against when deciding undertaking a SharePoint migration project.

Hear from Chris Thorpe, Partner Solutions Engineer at Metalogix and Tim Wallis, CEO of Content and Code, as they explore the ins and outs of SharePoint migration from both technical and business strategy perspective.

What will you learn?

  • Understanding your data landscape
  • Having an appropriate migration schedule
  • How to ensure the SharePoint migration is a success
  • Pitfalls of real world migrations
  • Successes of real world migrations

This webinar from two individuals with years of SharePoint migration experience, will provide you with the knowledge you require to successfully migrate your SharePoint environment to newer, more user-friendly versions.

When?: On-demand

Learn to migrate on-demand

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Tim Wallis

Tim Wallis

CEO | Content and Code

Tim Wallis is the CEO of Content and Code. Tim founded Content and Code so he could help transform organisations to be more responsive, more competitive and engage their employees to better realise business goals. Tim participates in both the SharePoint Partner Advisory Council and the Office 365 Partner Advisory Council as well as Microsoft’s Partner Executive Board.

Chris Thorpe

Chris Thorpe

Partner Solutions Engineer | Metalogix

Chris Thorpe is the partner solutions engineer at Metalogix, who are experts in providing specialist solutions for SharePoint migrations. With a plethora of experience in demonstrating solutions and training clients, mapping out a successful migration is Chris’s bread and butter.

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