10 Steps To Planning and Optimizing Your Office 365 Migration

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10 Steps To Planning and Optimizing Your Office 365 Migration

"10 Steps To Planning and Optimizing Your Office 365 Migration"

10 Steps To User Experience Success: Microsoft Office 365

White Paper: AppNeta

Communicating the value of Office 365 to your organization, before beginning of the migration, is a challenge in itself.

Before beginning your migration, you need to ensure the foundation you plan to run Office 365 on is robust and can withstand the connectivity and bandwidth necessary to deliver a critical application to your target end users.

This whitepaper ensures that you get on the right track with understanding, planning and optimizing your Office 365 migration. It highlights:

  • Key metrics for SaaS app performance monitoring
  • Minimizing Office 365 Migration Impact on Your Critical Applications
  • Ensuring adoption of Office 365
  • Explore User Experience in the Cloud

10 Steps To User Experience Success: Microsoft Office 365
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