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Published On - 19 Dec 2019

8 Best Cloud Migration Tools for Office 365

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More and more enterprises are moving to cloud nowadays, and there is no surprise about it because a cloud platform provides cost-effective features and functionalities that an on-premises/hosted environment cannot offer. Why Move to the Cloud? If you are still unsure about moving to the cloud, then here are a few points that might encourage…

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Updated On - 28 Apr 2020

The Most Common Ways Data is Lost in Office 365

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Office 365 has become the fastest-growing Microsoft platform with a worldwide user base of around 155 million. Most users think that they don’t need to backup Office 365 mailboxes because it is cloud-based. But, it’s a myth, there could be scenarios in which you might end up losing all your Office 365 data. Today, we…

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Updated On - 30 Apr 2020

Microsoft Teams – 5 features that make it the best

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It’s been a long time since Microsoft Teams came into the market. Now, it has become an ultimate chat-based collaboration tool for organizations. It is helpful for real-time communications, and its features like chat, online meeting, and storage for decked out documents make it stand out from other similar programs like Google Hangouts or Slack….

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Updated On - 24 Jan 2020

Simple Ways to Optimize IMAP Migration

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You can easily migrate IMAP mailboxes to Office 365 or Exchange in multiple ways. Every method is not feasible in every situation. So, choose a method that offers easy and quick IMAP migration. But, when it comes to migrating an IMAP mailbox from an on-premises Exchange Server to Office 365, you need to optimize the…

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Updated On - 02 Apr 2020

Set Up an IMAP Connection to Exchange Account Using Outlook

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It is possible to configure an Exchange account in the Outlook application with IMAP settings, just as we configure Webmail servers (Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook.com, etc.). It is a convenient way to access company email accounts from anywhere. However, many Exchange experts caution that Exchange accounts should be configured in Outlook directly only, and not using…

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