Introducing the SharePoint Migration Tool from Microsoft

Introducing the SharePoint Migration Tool from Microsoft
Taking advantage of cloud services doesn’t have to be difficult or a long-phased migration project.  At Microsoft Ignite we announced a new free, simple, and fast migration solution to help you migrate content from on-premises SharePoint sites and file shares to SharePoint or OneDrive in Office 365.Splash.pngBased on the learning and experience from Microsoft FastTrack, using the SharePoint Migration Tool from Microsoft with a few simple clicks you can begin to bring your information to the cloud and take advantage of the latest collaboration, intelligence, and security solutions with Office 365.


Whether you’re looking to migrate from file shares on-premises to SharePoint or OneDrive or from on-premises versions of SharePoint, the SharePoint Migration Tool is designed to support the smallest of migrations to large scale migrations with support for bulk scenarios.


Using the SharePoint Migration Tool, you can quickly and easily migrate files from file shares, SharePoint sites, or support bulk migrations with a few simple clicks in the intuitive user interface.




The SharePoint Migration Tool also provides detailed information on the process of existing and completed migrations and task reports to help identify and resolve issues that may have occurred during the migration process.




For additional details and to see the SharePoint Migration Tool in action, check out the video below.



While the SharePoint Migration Tool provides support for many migration scenarios, we recognize your needs may differ in scope and complexity.  For more complex migrations, support with adoption and usage, or help planning Microsoft FastTrack includes resources, tools, and experts to make your rollout of Office 365 a success.

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Source: Microsoft