Taking the pain out of migrating from Exchange to Office 365 with BitTitan

Dec 04, 2017

Tarsus On Demand is offering resellers a way to smooth their customers’ migration from Microsoft Exchange to Microsoft Office 365 through its distribution agreement with BitTitan, one of the world’s leading global cloud services delivery and managed services automation specialists. The solution helps companies to lower the risks of moving their mail infrastructure to the cloud and accelerate migration.

BitTitan’s cloud-based email and data migration solution, MigrationWiz, allows organisations to seamlessly migrate thousands of mailboxes in a single cloud-based user interface for a fast and cost-effective move to Microsoft Office 365. The tool helps IT departments avoid the risks of migrating mailboxes manually or with second-rate automation solutions, for example prolonged downtime or lost mail and files.

Says Othelo Vieira, Microsoft CSP product manager at Tarsus On Demand: “More and more South African organisations are looking to move to the cloud, with the shift from Exchange servers to Microsoft Office 365 often just a single component of a larger infrastructure change – albeit a business-critical and complex one. The BitTitan solution helps to speed up mailbox migration for enterprises and resellers that don’t have the in-house expertise or technology to make the move quickly, safely and cost-effectively without assistance.”

BitTitan’s MigrationWiz technology enables IT service providers to operate in the cloud with increased efficiency and productivity, migrating files, folders, permissions, and metadata with a single tool. BitTitan has migrated more than 2.5 million mailboxes to the cloud in more than 150 countries.

“Office 365 offers significant benefits for South African organisations in terms of total cost of ownership, flexibility and reliability,” says Vieira. “BitTitan provides a simple and affordable means for resellers and their customers to remove the obstacles to cloud migration, including complexity, risk, cost and time constraints.”