Get your SharePoint Migration right first time

Simplify data Migration with the right experience, tools & strategy

While the process of data migration can be straightforward, it’s not without it’s pitfalls. It is not as simple as cutting and pasting files and folders straight into your new SharePoint site.

To get it right the first time, you need to have the right experience, tool and strategy. If you don’t you could be putting your company and data at risk.

Partner with an experienced and trusted SharePoint consultancy to avoid the common pitfalls. Don’t risk falling victim to an unsuccessful SharePoint migration. It is not worth it as this would be painful and costly. We know because we have fixed many failed migrations.

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Helping you move to SharePoint faster & without impacting your users

Adepteq’s Microsoft certified SharePoint consultants have over 10 years experience migrating data into SharePoint Online or SharePoint Server. We use Microsoft’s best practices and industry leading tools for a simple, fast and efficient migration.

We have experience migrating data from a range of services and platforms (such as Dropbox, Shared Drives and Google). Wherever your data is currently stored we can migrate it into your new SharePoint site. This also includes upgrading and modernising existing SharePoint deployments to access new functionality.

Adepteq is a Sharegate Premium Partner in the UK and where beneficial we use this tool to assist with the migration and on-going management of your data. We can provide a Sharegate demo, Sharegate trial or Sharegate pricing.

Identify which SharePoint Platform we need

Migrate to a new SharePoint Platform

Upgrade our existing SharePoint Platform

Fix our failed SharePoint Migration

Migrate from these platforms

The following are solutions where data and documents are commonly migrated to SharePoint for better document management, collaboration, functionality, consolidate onto the Office 365 platform and to reduce costs.
We currently support SharePoint Online, SharePoint 2019, SharePoint 2016, SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2010.

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Did you know? SharePoint 2010 will soon be unsupported by Microsoft

SharePoint 2010 is currently in Extended Support, so only critical security updates are being issued.

When extended support ceases in October 2020 Microsoft will not be developing any critical or security updates which means your data could be at risk as your system will not have the most up to date security features to protect you from more advanced cyber-attacks.

More importantly the operating systems supporting SharePoint Server 2010 are reaching or have reached end of support, so if your system breaks, it will cost you to get it fixed!

Organisations that have SharePoint 2010 need to plan an upgrade to a newer version (or SharePoint Online) as soon as possible.

Where Next?

Consultancy

SharePoint Deployments

SharePoint Migration

Development

Training

SharePoint Support

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