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Microsoft Office 365: Exchange Online Implementation and Migration by Loryan Strant, David Greve

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Defining the migration process

Now that we have started the process of provisioning your servers, we also need to start thinking about the migration process and the areas you need to also consider. At a high level, there a few areas we should prioritize. These areas include:

  • Bandwidth evaluations (user connectivity and migration traffic)
  • Using Public Folders
  • Communicating and training

Bandwidth evaluations

While planning your migration to Office 365, bandwidth is an area that cannot be overlooked. Most organizations planning to move to Office 365, likely host their messaging infrastructure internally. This means, you likely to have not prepared your primary egress points for the traffic you are going to send over it. Much of your traffic may be internal ...

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