Migrating to Microsoft 365

Migrating your business to Microsoft 365 is often the biggest and broadest investment your organization has made.

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Migrating to Microsoft 365


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Microsoft services, security, compliance, etc.


Identity, email, files, servers, & data


Change management and adoption


Application modernization & Data


Identity with Microsoft Entra ID

It all starts with Identity. At the heart of any successful Microsoft Office 365 migration lies a well-executed identity management strategy. Whether your organization operates in a cloud-based, hybrid, or on-premises environment, managing identities is crucial for ensuring secure and access to resources.

Users and Groups
It's more than just username and passwords. Roles, permissions, and group assignments planning is key to a successful migration.
Applications often have their own identities and may be required to be updated or migrated.
Hybrid Identity with Windows Active Directory.
Microsoft Windows Servers that host file shares for users, departments, and the organization.
Desktops and Mobile
Desktops and devices have identities too. Migrations often impact those devices and their users.

Tailored Solutions

Certain challenges demand specialized solutions and seasoned experts who understand regulatory requirements, complex environments, and the need to consolidate overlapping services.

Government Contractors →

Transitioning to Microsoft 365 GCC Moderate or GCC High to comply with compliance requirements.

Mergers and Aquisitions →

Integrating multiple identities, merging groups, SharePoint Online sites, Teams, files, and more.

Divestitures →

Managing significant changes, making critical decisions, and addressing immediate needs during organizational splits.

Complex Identity Environment

Streamlining identity services, minimizing impacts on users and devices, and ensuring organizational alignment.

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Email Migrations to Microsoft 365

Transitioning from an existing email system to Microsoft 365 can pave the way for improved productivity, better collaboration, and enhanced security.

On-Premise (Exchange Server) to Cloud
Move from an on-premise email system, such as Exchange Server or another platform, to Microsoft 365.
Safely transfer emails from IMAP/POP3 servers like Yahoo or custom servers, preserving the integrity of your data throughout the migration process.
Google Workspace
Move from Google Workspace (formerly G Suite) to Microsoft 365, bringing along all your data and integrating it into Microsoft’s suite of productivity tools.
GoDaddy Office 365
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Cloud to Cloud
Migrate from other cloud email platforms like Zoho Mail or Amazon WorkMail to Microsoft 365.
Microsoft 365 Tenant to Tenant
Moving into a new Microsoft 365 from an existing tenant requires specialized knowledge, process, and tools.


File Migrations to Microsoft 365

Organizations always have file types that are standard business files (Microsoft Office files like Word, Excel, etc., and Adobe PDF), media content (e.g., images, videos), and more. All of these sources can go into SharePoint Online, Microsoft Teams, Azure Storage, and Microsoft Syntex.

Personal Files.
User files stored on their local device(s) and File Shares.
Windows File Servers.
Microsoft Windows Servers that host file shares for users, departments, and the organization.
Departmental Files.
Departmental files (e.g., HR, Finance, IT) are often hosted on a seperate folder or share within a File Server.
Network Attached Storage (NAS).
NAS devices remain popular sources of storage of files. No problem in migrating their contentsto Microsoft 365 or Azure storage.
Organizational Files.
Used througout the organization for planning, goals, KPI's, and more that could be located on shares, cloud, and other file providers.
Cloud Storage services.
Other popular file services are provided via cloud file services, such as Google Drive, DropBox, Box, AWS, and yes SharePoint Online
Government Compliance

Government Compliance


If you know or need to meet any of the acronyms above, then don't forget to include their requirements your planning for your migration. Agile IT can help!

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