SharePoint 2013 will be officially out of support starting April 11, 2023. Running deprecated versions of SharePoint (2010 or 2013) is risky and may result in disruption to your business.
Migrating into SharePoint Online from SharePoint 2013 or 2010 can be time-consuming and complex but is well worth the effort to avoid the risks of being unsupported and to gain the increased functionality and ease of working in the modern experience in SharePoint Online.
The time to start planning and executing your migration to SharePoint Online in M365 is now. The Compass Guide: SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint Online Migrations, our latest eBook, can help to set you on the path to success. We’ve provided learnings from the hundreds of migrations we’ve delivered in the past 15 years. In this guide you’ll learn:
The risks of running SharePoint 2013 after April 2023
The benefits of modernization in Microsoft 365
Key considerations and proper migration planning
The Compass365 SharePoint migration methodology
Experience has shown that successful SharePoint migrations require analysis, planning, and stakeholder involvement. Take the time to plan and take advantage of the modern experiences in SharePoint Online.
The Compass Guide: SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint Online Migrations
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Ready to make the move to SharePoint Online?
If you are seeking a partner to deliver a well-planned and executed migration, we can help. Please see more on our migration approach or reach out directly to Cathy Ashbaugh, firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for a complimentary consultation.
Compass365, a Microsoft Gold Partner, delivers SharePoint, Microsoft Teams and Power Platform solutions that help IT and Business leaders improve the way their organizations operate and how their employees work.
By Cathy Ashbaugh|2022-11-07T22:13:47+00:00November 7th, 2022|SharePoint|Comments Off on New eBook – The Compass Guide: SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint Online Migrations
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