There’s a lot going on here at BitTitan, and we want to make sure you don’t miss any of it. Here’s the latest product information along with opportunities to increase your skills or come visit us in person. Click the links to learn more.
Here’s the latest in MigrationWiz features and upgrades:
Conversation Fidelity in Teams-to-Teams Migrations – ‘Document Versions’ and ‘Document Metadata’ are now available as a default settings for Teams-to-Teams migrations. You can migrate up to 25 document versions including the current version. In addition, custom metadata columns can now be created at the destination document library before metadata values are migrated. This allows you to retain the user collaboration structure in the destination environment after the migration.
Migrating from GoDaddy – You can now use MigrationWiz to move from GoDaddy to Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint Online, or Microsoft Teams. This includes all email components as well as server-side rules, folder permissions, and calendar acceptance status emails.
Google Groups Migration Updates – Now you have the option of selecting ‘Mailbox’ or ‘Archive’ during a Google Groups to Microsoft 365 shared mailbox migration project. We’ve also updated the Google groups summary page to include comprehensive migration guides.
Level Up Your Expertise
Knowledge is power, and there’s nothing stopping you from becoming a MigrationWiz power user with all this great information at your fingertips. Our new Master Class series introduces you to some less-well-known features and options. And check out our step-by-step video tutorials – you can use them to brush up on your own skills or to train your team.
Video Tutorial: Navigating the MigrationWiz Console– Our BitTitan expert gives you a tour of the MigrationWiz command center using a mail migration as an example. This is just the latest in our series of tutorial videos.
We always learn a lot when we interview our customers or take a deep dive into a specific industry. There’s nothing like real-world stories to give you ideas for how you can optimize the benefits of MigrationWiz. Here are a couple recent stories:
Case Study: SoftwareOne – Read how Chris Chesley and his team help manage mergers, acquisitions, divestitures, and companies transitioning to a digital workplace.
School Break: A Chance to Brush Up on Cloud Migration – Learn about all the ways the cloud is transforming education and how to get special educational pricing on MigrationWiz licenses.
Come see us in person at these hands-on Microsoft 365 events. (Pro tip: Add a couple personal days and beat the heat while you explore our breathtaking Pacific Northwest). Here’s where you’ll find us:
TechMentor @Microsoft in Redmond, WA – July 17- 21, 2023
Take your skills to the next level with in-depth training and knowledge sharing so you can better deploy, manage, and support Microsoft products and technologies.
365 EduCon @Seattle Convention Center, WA – August 21-25, 2023
Bringing you the world’s leading experts in Microsoft 365, SharePoint, Power Platform, Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Viva, and Azure – with content designed to fit every experience level and interest.
The following issues have been addressed:
Single recovery mode – Users were experiencing a situation in which Exchange was entering import single recovery mode when throttling was detected. This issue was fixed by extending the wait time to avoid EWS dropping into single recovery mode.
Dropped messages – To avoid having to execute multiple migration passes in order to get missing data, MigrationWiz will now capture dropped messaged from AMR job queue.
Identify and improve logging – Users were finding that the manifest object count provided after the AMR call was incomplete. MigrationWiz now compares the root object count API to the AMR job manifest to confirm accuracy.
Bogged down memory – We’ve instituted a new memory release strategy to address ‘Queued’ and ‘Very Slow’ migrations at our US Datacenter.