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Written by Rob Yoegel
on December 15, 2016

Moving your student or staff email from one provider to another is inevitable. For example, you might be switching from Office 365 to G Suite (Google Apps) or vice versa.

Along with this big project comes even greater concerns, such as who will do the work and when, how to reduce the amount of downtime and provide users uninterrupted access to email services, how to assure you retain inbox integrity, and training users on the new platform.

To help make your next email migration safe, fast and affordable, we've created a new ebook, simply titled, the Email Migration Handbook, to help guide you through the process. The ebook includes an introduction from Michael Osterman of Osterman Research, which provides timely and accurate market research and other services to technology-based organizations.

Also inside:

  • Common Scenarios When Migrating Email;
  • Email Migration Tips to Keep Your Organization Running Smoothly;
  • Important Email Migration Considerations.

Whether you’re changing hosted email service providers or converting from an on-premise system to a cloud-based service provider, it’s not a matter of if you will need to migrate email accounts, but more a question of when this project will occur within your school or district. Download our new ebook today.

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