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New Zealand’s foremost Information and Knowledge Management experts.
Get it right first time.
We'll work with you and your content to get the best results for you budget.
Many organisations find migration just moves their information mess to the Microsoft 365 cloud. It doesn’t have to be this way
Use proven methods of discovery to make pragmatic tactical decisions on what and how to migrate
Use the right migration toolset mix of SQL, BI, powershell, code, Windows Server FCI, scripts, and third party tools such as ShareGate or AvePoint
Get the design right - create the optimal combination of read-only and active workplace structures
Infer and extract metadata for an amazing search and browsing experience
Identify high value and sensitive content that needs to be managed carefully
Most file shares are messy and just moving these structures to Microsoft 365 doesn’t help
Our techniques allow content to be moved to Azure but managed from within Microsoft 365 just like other files
Your users know more about their files than anyone else. Learn how to work with them, and take them with you
Get set up for migration and organise the structures you need to hold your content in Microsoft 365
Extract metadata from fileshares and EDRMS for search, browse, security and structures
Find and deal with content and data that poses potential risks if lost or exposed (e.g. privacy information)
What you can do yourself versus using outside expertise and best practice
Engage with managers and staff to get their active support for the migration
Choose the right approach of many. Our whitepaper covers tactics on transitioning to Microsoft 365 and how and when to modernise
We have performed a wide range of successful migrations, including from TRIM and eDocs Tech one
Looking at moving to Microsoft 365? No matter where you're migrating from we will point you in the right direction
Twelve common mistakes when starting out with Microsoft 365 and SharePoint
See what NZ organisations are doing, and ask us anything - in person or remotely