The latest productivity experiences await you and your content. Once in Microsoft 365 – you will see improved collaboration, increased security, and compliance. Our goal is to help all customers to easily migrate their content to Microsoft 365.
The infographic and information below, will help you learn about the numerous content migration tools and services from Microsoft and our 3rd-party migration partners. This is collectively the broadest set of offerings to assist your migration into Microsoft 365 – from assessment, to planning and onboarding.
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Microsoft focuses on providing a seamless move to Microsoft 365 with as much expertise and tooling we and our ecosystem can offer – across the globe. Our goal is to help move to the cloud with confidence.
Migration Manager is now generally available. It is a key part of the SharePoint admin center, to help orchestrate and simplify management of file share migrations. Admins can add and manage multiple migration agents to centrally orchestrate all migration activities.
Migration Manager lets you migrate your on-premises file share content to Microsoft 365. Through a simple interface within the SharePoint admin center, admins can manage thousands of migration tasks across multiple machines.
Simplify file share migrations – learn more about Migration Manager (improved documentation and troubleshooting guide).
Mover supports migration from Amazon, Box, Dropbox, Egnyte, and Google– into OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams. This enables seamless file collaboration across Microsoft 365 apps and services, including the Office apps and Microsoft Teams. The Mover team also brings deep expertise and migration technology, which advances Microsoft’s commitment to providing organizations of all sizes with the right tools, people, and partners to successfully migrate to the Microsoft Cloud.
The SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT) is a simple and fast solution to help you migrate content from on-premises SharePoint Server sites and file shares to SharePoint, OneDrive, and now Microsoft Teams in Microsoft 365. It is designed to help you bring your information to the cloud and take advantage of the latest collaboration, intelligence, and security solutions within Microsoft 365.
Using the SharePoint Migration Tool, you can quickly bring your most important content to Microsoft Teams to create a more open, digital environment. The tool makes it easy to select Teams that you are an owner of, to then set them as the destination(s) for the migration. The tool will also let you select what specific channel you want the content to go into. Parallel to SPMT is the SharePoint Migration Assessment Tool (SMAT), a simple command line executable that scans the contents of your SharePoint farm to help identify the impact of migrating your server to SharePoint with Microsoft 365.
Learn more about what features the SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT) supports.
FastTrack for Microsoft 365 helps organizations accelerate deployment, migration, and adoption of their Microsoft 365 subscriptions at no additional cost.
FastTrack provides guidance to enable OneDrive, SharePoint, and the source environment for migration. Depending on the source, we may perform various Enable steps. We help you with some activities by using a combination of tools, documentation, and guidance, and by performing configuration tasks where applicable and feasible.
Our diverse migration partner ecosystem provides a wide variety of tools and services to help plan and migrate your content to Microsoft 365.
Learn more about Microsoft Partners
Regardless of your organization's size, data scale or information complexity, you can migrate documents and sites into OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams in Microsoft 365 successfully. And we are here to help. Below are a the most top-level resources to all Microsoft migration tools and services:
On-demand webinar | “Free and easy migration to Microsoft 365” presented by Microsoft migration experts, Hani Loza and Eric Warnke:
Our goal is to empower you and every person on your team to achieve, and move, more. Let us know what you need next. We are always open to feedback via UserVoice and continued dialog in the SharePoint community within the Microsoft Tech Community —and we always have an eye on tweets to @SharePoint. Let us know.
Thanks, Mark Kashman, senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft)
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