Public Folder migration to Office 365
It's no secret: Migrating public folders (and public folder archives) to Office 365 is tricky.
Even if you're moving to Modern Public Folders on Office 365 there are many stumbling blocks that make life difficult (check out our latest blog on the subject).
You also have a wide choice of destinations to might decide to migrate to, such as Groups, SharePoint, Teams, shared mailboxes and other destinations such as Azure or third-party cloud archives.
Essential provides an unbiased vendor approach to technology and solutions for your project, and is able to advise on and recommend products and/or services depending on your scenario and requirements.
Streamline your Public Folder to Office 365 Migration
Migrate Public Folders to Office 365 Modern Public Folders
Easily migrate Public Folders from Microsoft Exchange Server 2010, 2013, and 2016 to Public Folder mailboxes in Microsoft Office 365 or Exchange Online.
Essential works with best-of-breed vendors such as ExchangeSavvy to deliver migration without downtime.
Migrate Public Folders to Office 365 Groups
By migrating Exchange on-premises Public Folders to Groups you can enhance social collaboration features across mail, calendar and content while reducing the costs associated with Public Folder management.
We provide you with the easiest process for mapping your Public Folder contents into the Office 365 Groups model.
Migrate your archived Public Folders to Office 365
If you've been archiving your Public Folder contents, we can migrate this too.
Virtually all legacy and current archive platforms are supported, including Enterprise Vault (EV), HP Autonomy EAS, EMC EmailXtender, EMC SourceOne, Quest, Metalogix and many more.
Essential Computing is delighted to announce that we are migrating Lorentzen & Stemoco AS MAM archived data to Office 365; with a key part of this project being the ability to migrate MAM archived public folders also into Office 365. Public Folders are often used to collect, organise, and share information within a team or […]Read More
A few years back you didn’t have an option to migrate your legacy public folders to Office 365 – in fact public folders on-premises were to be end-of-lifed. SharePoint was initially tabled as an alternative, but this didn’t ‘wash’ with a lot of Microsoft customers because it didn’t offer the same functionality and was over-complicated. […]Read More