Most of the time, when a company moves mailboxes from an old system to a new one, the main reason of this process is to improve the quality of service (QoS). To achieve this goal, the new architecture has to be more robust and to offer more services, knowing that the design needs to match with the current needs of the business.
The Cloud has taken the world by storm. Are you curious about how to proactively resolve messaging performance and availability issues to keep communications flowing? Our GSX Experts have selected varied content related to the Cloud which should keep you busy during this end of year. Enjoy the browsing!
SILCA, the IT division of Crédit Agricole, the largest retail banking group in France, had the challenging task of porting 16,000 mailboxes, with a goal of 40,000 by the end of the year, in an effort to optimize costs. It needed a common solution that could track end-user performance and simultaneously monitor, test, report and diagnose problems for both the old Domino environment and the new one with Exchange 2010, as well as Exchange 2013.
In order to plan a successful and seamless migration, it is important to establish Key Performance Indicators (KPI). Are your end-users satisfied? Are you able to manage and track their performance? How many support calls did you receive? Did you stay within the planned budget? Did the migration stay on schedule?
Microsoft Exchange migrations can be complex affairs and it pays to have the right combination of tools to help assure the success of these critical endeavours. The new technology and sales partnership of GSX Solutions with Exchange migration experts Priasoft improves the troubleshooting quality of service issues before, during and after complex migrations.
At the recent Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), speakers revealed the latest Office 365 metrics. Office 365 now presents an annual revenue run rate of $2.5 billion for Microsoft. Sixty percent of all Fortune 500 companies purchased Office 365 in the last 12 months and more than three out of four Office 365 customers are deployed by partners.
“When we work together, we do more.” That was the slogan of day 3 at the Worldwide Partner Conference here in Washington, D.C.
Phil Sorgen opened the talk by presenting four pillars he believes in when it comes to supporting Microsoft Partners:
Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference in Washington, D.C., and I can honestly say that I was far from disappointed.
The first day alone was filled with exciting speakers who boasted this idea of a “Mobile First, Cloud First World” the new MOJO of Satya Nadella. While several incredibly well-informed and enthralling speakers were featured, one that mainly stood out was Kevin Turner, COO of Microsoft.
The Worldwide Partner Conference 2014 being close, the GSX Solutions team's Partner Account Managers are fully booked when it comes to meetings with our valuable partners. This year is the 2nd time we attend WPC and Microsoft has selected us as one of the 15 most active Microsoft Partners among the entire Microsoft community. GSX Solutions was solicited to participate to the Social Squad.