Our client is a retail company looking to achieve a 360-degree view of the customer data and transform siloed data landscape into a consolidated platform.
Our team transformed and integrated multi-format data sources to set up a tailored CDP system based on the SaaS infrastructure. The result is a comprehensive customer view and analytics-ready insights.
Our client is a food service company looking to transition to the cloud-based environment and move legacy on-site assets into the cloud with IoT high-load processing.
Our team performed a smooth migration to Azure data lake and set up real-time IoT data processing. The result is a stable cloud architecture that allows for proactive decision-making.
Our client needed a cloud-based analysis solution to gain from incoming construction information to monitor relevant KPIs.
Our team transformed unstructured siloed data into a modern data ecosystem with improved monitoring and analytics based on Azure serverless. The result is a streaming data pipeline for real-time business analytics.
There are three types of transformations that can be performed in Office 365:
The staged approach refers to the technique where the mailboxes and user data are moved to Office 365 in two or more stages. It is typically used when migrating from an on-premises Exchange Server to Exchange Online.
Cutover transition implies performing the transition from a source email system to Microsoft 365 or Office 365 – all at one time. It is used when moving from a small on-premises Exchange environment or from a third-party email system to Office 365 Exchange Online.
Hybrid one is used when migrating from an on-premises Exchange environment to Office 365 Exchange Online and you want to keep some mailboxes on-premises and some in the cloud.
Each type of transition has its own set of benefits and drawbacks, so it’s important to choose the right one for your needs.
Microsoft 365 transition is the process of moving your data and applications from an on-premises environment to the Microsoft 365 cloud. You can implement this move by using a tool like the Azure Office 365 migration tool, which automates the process of moving your data and applications and helps you migrate from Office 365 to Azure.
Migrating to Microsoft 365 can offer many benefits for your business, including increased productivity, reduced costs, and improved security. As for the Office 365 migration steps, it is similar to any other transition from the on-premise to the cloud architecture.
When it comes to migrating to Office 365, there are a few things you’ll need to consider to make sure the process goes smoothly. We recommend turning to our data experts to get a one-hour road map planning session with a one-page recommendation for a technology roadmap.
Microsoft has a wide variety of tools that can be used for specific workloads. For example, the SharePoint tool can help you relocate your file shares, Dropbox documents, Google Drives, and other workloads to Office 365.
Depending on your needs, our developers choose the right combination of on-premises and cloud tools to safely move your workloads to the target destination.