Get your SharePoint Migration right first time
Simplify data Migration with the right experience, tools & strategy
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.
Successful SharePoint Migration Projects
Helping you move to SharePoint faster & without impacting your users
SharePoint Migration Tools
Where possible we use the Microsoft SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT), which is provided free to partners and enables effective migrations of content from Network Drives or Files Shares to SharePoint Online.
Adepteq is a ShareGate Platinum Partner and uses the ShareGate Productivity Suite for more complex migrations to ensure sites, workflows, forms, and metadata are migrated. ShareGate Desktop is not priced based on the volume of data being migrated so is very cost-effective for organizations with large volumes of data to migrate. We also use ShareGate for migrations from Google Drive to SharePoint and Box to SharePoint. The Productivity Suite also includes ShareGate Apricot, which is a Teams Governance application that many of our clients find beneficial.
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, consolidation onto the Office 365 platform, and to reduce costs.
We currently support SharePoint Online, SharePoint 2019, SharePoint 2016, SharePoint 2013, and SharePoint 2010.
Our most popular migrations are from Dropbox to SharePoint Online and network drives to SharePoint Online as organisations continue to migrate content to the Microsoft cloud.
Did you know that SharePoint 2010 is unsupported by Microsoft?
Extended support for SharePoint Server 2010 has finished.
This means that Microsoft will not be developing any critical or security updates, which in turn means your data could be at risk from cyber-attacks.
It is also likely the Windows Server operating system on your SharePoint server unsupported, so if your system breaks it will be very costly to get it fixed.
Adepteq have migrated many organisations from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2019 or to SharePoint Online ensuring you are on a fully supported platform and your data is protected.