In 2021, firms continued their cloud migration journeys for virtually all applications, especially software development suites, databases, internal tools, emerging tech, and customer experience (CX) platforms. To facilitate these migrations, companies relied on the third-party migration of professional services and third-party tools—as they did in 2020.
Keeping project costs down without offsetting quality involves adopting innovative practices, engaging experts, and not getting caught up in inefficient strategies. Besides other factors, a meticulous and documented approach can deliver cost-effective and top-notch results.
It is important to assess your environment and determine the factors that will govern the migration, such as critical application data, legacy data, and application interoperability.
A switch to Exchange Online can alleviate some of the hardware issues and problems with infrastructure components that can affect an on-premises Exchange deployment. Microsoft touts the stability of its service and offers a 99.9% uptime guarantee and a service-level agreement to provide a credit back to the organization if a disruption occurs.
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