Follow our structured and proven approach for a seamless migration to Microsoft 365.
Is it for me?
Todays modern workforce has a certain expectation when it comes to collaboration tools and business systems. Having to rely on outdated technology, which lacks in features and document control, can be frustrating for employees. Countless hours are wasted searching through folders, dealing with duplication and navigating emails to find “that” attachment.
Alongside old technology, most companies have an abundance of legacy data. They see the benefits of migrating to the cloud, but with files stored on shared drives, desktops, Dropbox and other locations, it can be hard to know where to start or what approach to take.
yoko:10 have a proven migration methodology, which provides:
We’ve been working in the Microsoft Productivity and Collaboration space since 2006 . That means we’ve been living and breathing governance for the past 15 years. All of our Microsoft 365 deployments benefit from the solid foundation of good governance. We know which conversations to have, and in most case, what the likely decisions should be.
Using the many admin centres included with Microsoft 365, you can monitor most aspects of governance yourself. But do you really want to, even if that was a practical approach? Using Rencore’s cloud governance application, we will monitor your environment, creating dashboards and providing notifications based on rules defined by you. We’ll also provide your administrators with access to the governance dashboards, if required.
We’re happy to discuss your migration requirements, or answer any questions you may have. Just pick up the phone or drop us an email.
In the meantime, here’s an overview of the main area’s we’d expect to cover when delivering a Microsoft 365 migration project:
How much and how long?
Our shared drive migrations start from £X,XXX +VAT and can be completed in as little as X weeks.
Organisation structure (the number of departments and teams) and the number and variety of existing file stores are the main areas affecting timescales and costs.