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Webinar: Avoiding the pitfalls and preparing for the challenges of a Microsoft 365 tenant-to-tenant migration

Are you sure you have considered ALL the interdependencies while planning your tenant-to-tenant migration?

If you’re planning a tenant-to-tenant migration, you cannot afford to miss our interactive, complimentary webinar on

30 June 2021 at 10am BST/11am SAST.

Chances are, unless you’re an experienced cloud architect, you will not have managed many tenant-to-tenant migrations in your career.  Our panel of experts have worked with clients in a variety of industries and will draw on their extensive experience to share their insights.

Benefit from our 20+ years’ experience specialising in complex migration projects.

This interactive session will cover:

Strategy:

Why are you migrating? What are your long term goals? Good planning at the early stages can minimise costly mistakes post-migration and establish a springboard for future success.

Technical:

Our experienced cloud architects will share their knowledge and help you to anticipate the technical headaches associated with tenant-to-tenant migrations.

Governance:

Align your security and governance protocols and find out how to use a T2T migration as an opportunity to tighten up your security position.

You will leave the webinar equipped with:

  • a clear picture of the challenges and pitfalls inherent in tenant-to-tenant migration projects
  • an understanding of who you need around the table when scoping the project
  • best practice tips for using the project to improve your security and governance posture
  • an insight into the technical details that can de-rail a seemingly “straightforward” migration project
  • tips on how to maximise the benefits of a tenant-to-tenant migration and position it as a springboard for future success.

Your hosts:

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Johann Van Schalkwyk, Head of Cloud & Migration at Cloud Essentials

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Chris Hathaway, founding member of Cloud Essentials and IT risk subject matter expert