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Sunday, 4 November 2012

Migration from Ms Exchange to Lotus Domino

               
                        

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In today’s competitive and diverse marketplace, effective collaboration is a critical component of organizational success. Messaging and collaboration systems are the true critical components in today’s enterprise which helps organizations improve collaboration, increase productivity, and streamline business processes. The choice of tools selected for Messaging and Collaboration impacts the organization’s ability to manipulate, process and to share information.

The underlying messaging and collaboration infrastructure is the foundation that determines the ability to deliver a core set of communication and collaboration services in an enterprise.

As messaging and collaboration capabilities within an organization prove to be mission critical, so the requirements of users and the available choice of tools makes the process always an evolutionary one.

Therefore a question arises that WHY there is a need to migrate from one Messaging Solution to another. There are several factors that contribute towards the critical decision to migrate from one messaging solution to another like, user experience, solution dependability, solution interoperability, solution integration demands, and above all the financial factor that is greatly impacting such decisions. The Capital Expenses (CAPEX) and the Operational Expenses (OPEX) are beginning to drive such decisions.

Whatever the case may be, the MIGRATION always presents a huge challenge for the technical teams. The decision makers always come up with a huge wish list

This publication covers the strategic and market requirements and needs for migration from Microsoft® Exchange 2003 to IBM Lotus® Domino® 8.5 and provides an overview of the tools and strategies that are available to help you with that migration. It also includes instructions for how to perform the migration process.

The beginning of the book explores common business drivers, considerations, benefits, and scenarios that organizations find themselves in when faced with a migration decision, such as migrating from Exchange to Lotus Domino. The remainder of the book discusses the architectural planning and technical activities associated with that migration decision.

This publication will guide and help you to overcome the challenges and expectation levels during the migration process from Exchange 2003 to Lotus Domino and will guide you towards the different approaches used in the migration procedure.
Like:
Cut-off / Big Bang approach and the famous Co-existence / same domain migration approach. 

Material discussed in this book is tested, during the migration projects of more than 10,000 users. 



Monday, 27 February 2012

Hi Everyone

Hello Everyone,

         This blog is made for the professionals who belong to the adventuruous field of Information Technology specifically for the professionals related to Infrastructure Messaging & Collaboration Systems.
         Everyone is invited to have discussions on this blog and to share their experiences, practices, publications and white papers

Regards,
Team - Migration Tips