How to Consolidate Multiple Office 365 Tenants

Date: Wednesday, June 10th at 11am PDT / 2pm EDT

If your organization is constantly engaged in merger and acquisition activity, you'll know the pain points involved with consolidating IT systems.

Office 365 tenant to tenant migrations present a host of challenges that can impact end-users, but these can be mitigated against with smart planning and execution.

In this webinar, we discuss:

  • How to order your tenants – deciding which tenant moves and when based on Office 365 data analysis and reviewing user activity, including guest users
  • Identity management – Exploring Active Directory issues and outlining your options
  • Project cadence – Why migration tooling is an essential part of project management
  • The cost of delays – How the ricochet effect of one failure can impact and related projects – stalling your ROI – and how you can stay on track

Aimed at IT admins and Project Managers / Project Coordinators, this session brings together both the technical and project management considerations, giving you a great head start when you're faced with merging Office 365 tenants

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About the presenters:

Mike Weaver, Director of Enterprise Migrations, Quadrotech

Mike Weaver is the Director of Enterprise Migrations at Quadrotech. Bringing a wealth of experience in large Enterprise Environments, Mike assists with complex, multi-product implementations of all Quadrotech solutions. Previously leading Merger, Acquisition, and Divesture Messaging Projects, as well as administering and engineering solutions for Microsoft Exchange and Veritas Enterprise Vault, Infrastructure space. He can increasingly be found discussing all things data migration on Twitter (@MADMike_365)

Paul Robichaux

Paul Robichaux, an Office Servers and Services MVP since 2002, is CTO at Quadrotech, where he leads the product development team for Quadrotech's family of Office 365 migration, automation, reporting, and security products. Helping giant companies deploy Office 365 to their worldwide users, Paul’s an avid (but slow) triathlete, an instrument-rated private pilot, and an occasional blogger and tweeter.

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