Are you planning a migration from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange? If so, it may seem there are too many moving parts and seemingly competing priorities.
A common challenge (or opportunity) I hear from individuals as they work through this process is properly balancing these priorities to optimize the outcome. They want to provide the best possible experience for the users, while effectively using their organization’s resources.
To help accomplish these goals, I often suggest a complete evaluation of migration options relative to the environment and organizational needs. Specifically, I encourage them to consider self-service migration for aspects of the migration or even the entire process.
Why would I suggest self-service migration? Admittedly, some individuals are initially hesitant, but it is highly effective when implemented using a solution properly designed to support the approach. Self-Service Desktop Migrator (SSDM) – a component of Notes Migrator for Exchange – can provide significant benefit for your migration and here are a few to consider:
Self-Service Desktop Migrator (SSDM) is a valuable component of Notes Migrator for Exchange that can significantly reduce the cost and complexity of your migration. The approach also reduces the burden placed on your team and provides an exceptional user experience. As you plan your project, I strongly suggest considering self-service migration as a component of your overall migration process.