SharePoint Online: High Speed Migration Resources

SharePoint Online: High Speed Migration Resources

Please find a growing list of resources below, which I will update as information gets released about the Import Service for SharePoint Online. [Please click through to see the tables link]

Office 365 SharePoint Import Service Suspended

Office 365 SharePoint Import Service Suspended

Yesterday a conversation came up on the Office 365 Network’s SharePoint Online Migration Group, stating that the import service had been disabled. Sure enough when checking the link provided, it takes you to the the updated Import SharePoint data to Office 365 page (Updated April 4th), which up to a few days ago had instructions on how to ship your SharePoint Data to Microsoft (Updated March 1st). Also visible in the Office 365 Administration Portal under Import, you can see the same…

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How fast can you go: Migrating to SharePoint Online with the High Speed Migration service

How fast can you go: Migrating to SharePoint Online with the High Speed Migration service

Last week I was researching throttling and performance issues for SharePoint Online migrations for a customer, which lead me to investigate if there were any updates to the High Speed Migration feature in Office 365. Since my last tests demonstrated that with parallelization is the way to maximize the performance of an Office 365 Migration, really though any migration benefits from this concept. What has changed since last summer is that now all Office 365 subscriptions now benefit from a baseline 1…

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Office 365 High Speed Migration Quick Start Chart

Office 365 High Speed Migration Quick Start Chart

Get migrating to Office 365 quicker using the quick start chart below. Also available in PDF form with links to the relevant information. Quick Start Chart for Migration  

Get FREE Azure Storage from Microsoft for your Office 365 High Speed Migration

Get FREE Azure Storage from Microsoft for your Office 365 High Speed Migration

There exists the capability inside of the office 365 administration to create a storage account at Microsoft’s cost. The intention is that you use it for high speed migrations either Exchange or SharePoint. Navigate to the Admin Center in Office 365 and then choose the import option on the left (may require first release) Choose “Upload the Files over the network” Choose Get/Show Key and & URL on the Page You should now have an Azure Key that you can…

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