Take advantage of this FREE migration from Brisbane’s Leading Microsoft Office 365 Exchange Online Consultant.

Since its release to the world market and long before its presence in Australian Data Centres, KBIT Consultants have been a Microsoft Office 365 Partner and Reseller.
Companies of all sizes are making the move to the increasingly popular Microsoft Office 365. The move should not be stressful and downtime should be minimal, especially when completed by the migration team at KBIT Consultants.

With a number of different migration options, KBIT will plan, project manage and migrate your company to Microsoft Office 365 using the best suited migration technique.

KBIT Exchange Online Features

Use the Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP) to migrate email when your source email system supports IMAP. The most popular example of this is when the existing mail system is Google Gmail or a similar cloud hosted email service.

KBIT use this option to migrate all your on-premises mailboxes to Exchange Online over a few days. All the mailboxes will be migrated in a single batch and user identity will be managed in Office 365 after the cutover migration. A maximum of 2,000 mailboxes can be migrated using this option. If you want to migrate more than 2,000 mailboxes, use the staged or remote migration options.

KBIT use this option if your organisation plans to migrate all on-premise mailboxes to Exchange Online over a few weeks or months. You can migrate batches of mailboxes until all mailboxes are migrated to the cloud. After migration, user identity will still be managed in your on-premises organisation. You can’t use a staged migration to migrate Exchange 2010 and Exchange 2013 mailboxes.

KBIT use this if you’re planning an Exchange hybrid deployment with mailboxes both on-premises and in Exchange Online. If you plan to migrate all mailboxes to Exchange Online over a long period of time, this migration type lets you use hybrid deployment features during migration. After the migration, user identity will still be managed in your on-premises organization. You have to use this type of migration to migrate more than 2,000 Exchange 2010 or Exchange 2013 mailboxes.