If you're thinking of migrating from Enterprise Vault to Office 365, take a look at these useful videos around key things to consider, the migration software landscape, and latest trends. You'll also learn about why we always recommend doing a proof of concept before committing significant business resources on any project.
Enterprise Vault Migration Preparation Guide
A review of the top 5 things to consider when migrating from Enterprise Vault to Office 365
How you might approach your migration without the use of third party solutions
Limitations and challenges of going-it-alone
What the archive migration competitive landscape looks like
Why performing an archive migration is more than just migrating the data
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Enterprise Vault Migration Blog Posts
Find out the costs associated with maintaining an on-premise Enterprise Vault legacy archive compared with migrating to Office 365
Find out how easy it is to migrate from Enterprise Vault to Office 365 using Cloudficient as your migration partner.
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Why consider Cloudficient to help with your project?
Cloudficient is a Microsoft Gold partner with over 100+ years of team experience around Enterprise Vault; Founders architected other leading archive migration solutions
EVComplete is the only next generation & pure cloud born migration technology on the market
Pure cloud solution requires very minimal on-premise infrastructure – other solutions typically have a significant hardware footprint
Deployment architecture ensures migration data stays within secure organizational boundaries
Products Used - EVComplete and Onboarding 365 Complete
Archive Size - 200+ TB
Number of Users - 70,000 Users ( 49k active users / 20k leavers
Many large organizations have archives in Enterprise Vault which belong to users who have left the company. This can equate to a sizeable part of the overall space consumed by your legacy archives. Our leavers tool will help you identify these archives so that you can migrate them appropriately.
Not only will it show you traditional ownerless Enterprise Vault archives, but you can optionally include archives where the Active Directory account is hidden, or disabled, or the account is in a particular OU or belong to a particular group.