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Top tips from my slot on the MPN Podcast

Posted 08 May 2017 by Mike Weaver  (Director of Enterprise Migrations)

In April I had the great opportunity to be a guest on the weekly Microsoft Partner Network Podcast (MPN Podcast). During the conversation with Rach Gupta we talked about two major topics, Customer Long Time Value and Merger, Acquisition & Divestures. Read more...


Enterprise Vault: Stay or Go?

Posted 04 May 2017 by Kitty Lai  (Content Writer)

What is Enterprise Vault?   When an organization has a large amount of data that needs to be stored, secured, and searchable, what’s the answer? Enter Enterprise Vault. Read more...


Intelligent Import for PST

Microsoft’s new Intelligent Import for PSTs

Posted 13 Apr 2017 by Mike Weaver  (Director of Enterprise Migrations)

Importing PST files into Office 365 is a multi-step process, and like many tasks with more than one step – there are plenty of places where things can go wrong. That’s why it’s great to hear about any new releases that give us more options, or just make the whole thing easier to do. Read more...


Do you know what’s in your Public Folders?

Posted 04 Apr 2017 by Emma Robinson  (Content Manager)

One of the main challenges of any public folder project (whether that's migrating, eradicating or a 'clean-up' task) is finding out how data is being used, and deciding how each item should be dealt with.  Read more...


Shared PSTs – How Bad Can That Be?

Posted 30 Mar 2017 by Thomas Madsen  (CEO)

Recently, a customer revealed a pretty depressing secret to me. They put PSTs on network file shares and use these old-fashioned, insecure, and horribly unstable files to share confidential corporate information between team members. Read more...


Public Folders

Public Folders: A Brief History

Posted 23 Mar 2017 by Laura Zawacki  (Marketing Executive)

For over 20 years Exchange public folders have been used as a space for collaboration, discussion, and even creating or tracking processes. Introduced in 1996 with Exchange 4.0, public folders were developed to Read more...


Third-party journal archives to Office 365 Advanced Data Governance

The intelligent approach to Data Governance

Posted 09 Mar 2017 by Laura Zawacki  (Marketing Executive)

In a previous post, ‘Is Journaling dead?’, we explored the purpose and importance of journaling emails for compliance and legal reasons. While journaling in third-party archives serves an important role in meeting regulatory requirements, Read more...


Is Journaling dead?

Posted 23 Feb 2017 by Emma Robinson  (Content Manager)

As you may have guessed - no, we’re not talking about writing down your hopes, dreams and fears every evening – we’re referring to the practice of recording the details of communications within your organization into a single repository. Read more...


Dan Langille and Mike Weaver report from Microsoft Ignite Australia

Posted 14 Feb 2017 by Mike Weaver  (Director of Enterprise Migrations)

Greetings from Microsoft Ignite! We’re on Australia’s HOT and sunny Gold Coast this week, “enjoying” a record-setting heat wave with temperatures this weekend over 40c / 107f! Read more...


Why you definitely don’t need PST files in Exchange Online

Posted 09 Feb 2017 by Emma Robinson  (Content Manager)

We’ve previously looked in depth at the history of PST files and compelling reasons for eliminating them from your organization. But what are your options for dealing with the data they contain? And in particular, how can Office 365 help bring them back under your control? Read more...