Insentra Cleans up at Microsoft Inspire Conference in Washington DC
It has been an outstanding few days at Inspire so far, lots of fantastic engagement with partners.
Insentra has made a splash and want to thank the entire migrations team, lead by Simon Altit. With the immense amount of effort from the combined team we have managed to win 3 TransVault partner awards this year!
Best Compliance-Sensitive Migration
Meeting stringent European compliance demands were paramount to this leading worldwide developer, publisher and distributor of interactive entertainment and leisure products.
Their migration partner, Insentra, was selected for the level of assurance it was able to provide across all aspects of the migration.
This included ensuring that the journal would be correctly migrated into the new Office 365 compliance model without breaking mailbox licensing agreements, and providing the necessary proof to the company’s project board and legal team that a defensible process had been taken.
Biggest Archive Migration to Office 365
Email archives can be upwards of four times the size of primary Exchange mailboxes.
Dealing with huge archives was a major challenge for this multinational Construction, Property and Infrastructure company.
Their migration partner, Insentra, a global leader in automated migrations, moved almost 400 TB of archived email records from a variety of different archive platforms and locations around the world into Office 365.
This company is now enjoying the fruits of a successful global consolidation and the unified user experience of a productivity platform poised to support future growth.
Consultant of the Year
John Chisari, our data migration solutions architect, won consultant of the year! This is an incredible testament to the hard work and high expertise John possesses, and his #OTOD way of life!
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