Learn about automated tenant-to-tenant vanity SMTP domain migration with On Demand Migration.
Microsoft 365, and Microsoft Teams especially, are at the forefront of your organization’s ability to collaborate. So when you have to migrate this data, you want to use the tools to make sure it goes right. In this brief demo, technical product manager Gary Hughes shows you how you how On Demand Migration can automate and simplify the migration of Microsoft Teams Chats and Microsoft 365 Groups, all while ensuring continued access and compliance.
Preserving continued collaboration is essential during a tenant migration. Because Microsoft Teams is the hub of communication and collaboration in Microsoft 365 it’s important to ensure that users never lose valuable data stored in Teams channels, conversations, and documents. In this quick demo, technical product manager Gary Hughes shares how On Demand Migration makes it possible for end users to continue to participate and interact in discussions in Microsoft Teams after they have been migrated.
Keeping end users sharing is essential. In this brief demo, technical product manager Gary Hughes shows you how you how On Demand Migration can help you migrate documents and other valuable data stored in SharePoint document libraries and lists. You’ll see how to migrate all SharePoint content while maintaining access by preserving site and document permissions. You’ll also see how you can preserve metadata for continued compliance.
See a short overview of On Demand Migration from Quest.
Microsoft Teams migration in On Demand Migration
See a use case example for On Demand Migration.
Creating a project and migrating users in On Demand Migration.
How to switch and update your Outlook profile with On Demand Migration
Administrator accounts in On Demand Migration
Manually update your Outlook profile with On Demand Migration
Quest On Demand Migration onboarding
Coexistence with multiple tenants in On Demand Migration
Watch this short video showing how you can consolidate two Office 365 tenants after a merger or acquisition -- using fictitious companies as an example.