Data Migration Services

As a Microsoft Cloud Services Provider and Gold Certified Partner, we're here to help your business with data migration services so that you get to where you need to go.

We provide a guaranteed range of data migration services to migrate your data and applications to new hardware, new fileservers, virtual machines, Office 365 or the Azure Cloud.

Email Migration to Office 365

When you move an organisation to Office 365, it's important to plan exactly what steps to take, when to perform them and how to perform them. From making an inventory of your current environment, to cleaning up and configuring your Office 365 subscription, we'll set everything up and migrate your data seamlessly so that you can continue working with your important email.

Secure migration to Office 365 an essential part of Cloud Services

Server Migrations and Upgrades

Whether its a new fileserver you need or your current servers are slow or running out of disk space, we can assist you by presenting all the options available so that you can get the best return on your investments. We'll take the pain out of specifying any new system requirements and efficiently migrate your data to new hardware or to virtual machines.

Server data migration

Accelerate digital transformation with the hybrid cloud

Transition to the cloud using your existing Windows Server licenses with Software Assurance—and reap the rewards of cloud technology. Whether you’re moving a few workloads, or migrating your datacenter, the Azure Hybrid Use Benefit saves you money as you move to the cloud. You'll also love how your on-premises Exchange Server can connect to Office 365 as part of your longer-term objectives.


Take Azure data migration tools for a test run

When it’s time to move your applications and data to the cloud, there are two limited previews available to streamline the process. One helps you migrate your existing on-premises database to Azure. The other, a new deployment option in Azure SQL Database, offers robust and secure instance-level features, and the ability to move hundreds of application databases. Each comes with collaborative support from our engineering team during the preview period.



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