You’ve Planned Your Migration, Now What?

Recorded on April 18, 2018 11:00 am ET


If you want to get value out of your migration you need to plan and have clear and concise goals before the project begins. But you can’t simply move content and be done, an effective migration means managing content in the new environment.

On Wednesday, April 18, Microsoft Certified Professional David VanSickle will walks us through his migration experiences and what you can do to get value out of your migration.
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Our Presenters:

David VanSickle - Microsoft Certified SharePoint Professional

David has over 20 years of IT experience with the most recent filling the roles of SharePoint Administrator/Developer, Business Analyst and Solutions Architect. David currently works in a large corporate environment, but also has experience with small software start-ups, and as a SharePoint consultant bringing real world knowledge and experience.In his current role as a SharePoint Administrator for Blue Cross Blue Shield of Nebraska, he can usually be found mentoring business users and peers about the rich out of the box features in SharePoint, encouraging best practices, and monitoring performance of multiple SharePoint farms.

Ryan P. Tully - Director of Product Management - Metalogix

Ryan is a member of the Metalogix Product team focusing in enterprise content migration, security, and information governance. With a background of 10 years working in the Microsoft ecosystem, his experience has ranged from business productivity applications to broader collaboration initiatives. His passion is around finding creative and innovative solutions to complex business problems with technology. Ryan is a frequent speaker at both technical and business focused webinars and SharePoint events providing a product agnostic approach to managing collaboration content.

Tracy van der Schyff - Microsoft MVP

Tracy is an energetic, hyperactive adrenaline junkie who sees challenges and issues as opportunities and thrives on improving processes, environments and the general quality of life. Her broad knowledge about IT and Business gives her the ability to communicate on both levels and convey meaningful requirements and narrow the (ever present) gap between the two.

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