Monitor Work from Home Employees with Employee Desktop Live Viewer.

Read More
Updated On - 30 Apr 2020

The Most Common Office 365 Migration Mistakes

Server Migration

When businesses get to know about the vast benefits of using Office 365, they want to migrate their data from the older platforms to Office 365 as soon as possible. But the actual migration is a delicate process, and you need to take each and every precaution necessary for the safety of data before, during,…

Continue Reading →

Updated On - 30 Dec 2020

Office 365 Group to Office 365 Group Mailbox Migration Guide

Server Migration

Earlier, we talked about Office 365 tenant to tenant migration that helps you in migrating Office 365 mailboxes data from one tenant to another. In the same way, you can migrate Office 365 Groups from one tenant to another. Thus, it’s crucial to know the process of migrating Office 365 Groups if you are moving…

Continue Reading →

Updated On - 05 May 2020

Exchange 2010 Extended Support Ends- What to do?

Server Migration

Microsoft ended Mainstream support to Exchange 2010 in January 2015, and now the clock is running fast toward to the end of extended support to Exchange 2010. The announced date for this is 13 October 2020. The date was extended from earlier January 14, 2020. The statement by Microsoft was like this. Microsoft Extending End…

Continue Reading →

Updated On - 05 May 2020

Remove Outlook Auto Mapping for a Mailbox in Exchange

Server Migration

Automatic mapping for the mailbox is a feature which allows Outlook to find all the mailboxes for which full access permissions are given to the user account. When Outlook starts, the auto mapping tries to enlist all the mailboxes. It is quite convenient to have automapping in the Outlook as it helps the user to…

Continue Reading →

Updated On - 30 Dec 2020

Why you should use an Office 365 Migration tool?

Server Migration

Today the number of organizations moving to Office 365 is much higher than ever before. The Exchange Online in Office 365 removes the need for investment in infrastructure for Exchange Server. It also avoids the need for an on-site Exchange Administrator and further costs associated with it. But, if you ask anyone who has migrated…

Continue Reading →