Let’s talk about every SharePoint Admin/Architect’s least favorite topic: migration. At one point or another, you have to update your environment to the latest version and while no one enjoys this task, it’s a necessary evil. With all of the planning and road mapping involved as well as the assessment time, it becomes a quickly back-burnered topic to revisit later down the road…or maybe when the new guy shows up on day one. Face it: migrating isn’t fun or easy, it’s complex and rightfully so. Ensuring your migration runs smooth and your users are happy is just extra pressure to add to the mix.
Whether you’re on Lotus Notes, IBM Connections, Google Drive, or WSS 3.0, it’s time to modernize your collaboration solution and we can help. Remember SharePoint 2007 support has ended and 2010 is right around the corner. If you’re running on these platforms, we need to talk.
What if I told you that I had a way to get your data into SharePoint painlessly and without you needing to sweat once through the whole process? That’s where ISC comes in. We will take on the brunt of the tasks and ensure that from the beginning you know where you stand, what to expect and what we can accomplish. Not everything may migrate to SharePoint, that’s just a fact of the matter. However, we have enough available resources to us that we can move almost anything into SharePoint with ease. The best part? You get to get a great nights rest while we work tirelessly around the clock to make sure that your migration doesn’t hiccup. If you’re wondering what kind of people work tirelessly around the clock for their customer, the answer is simple: those who LOVE coffee! Don’t let the task of migrating your data to SharePoint put a scare in you, let ISC take over.
On a serious note I enjoy making your experience simple and easy. As the SharePoint Architect at ISC my job is to ensure that your migration goes off without a hitch. I’ll provide you with updates along the way and make sure that you don’t ever have to worry about where your migration stands. Oh, and I’m always just a phone call away, seriously.
So are you interested in learning more? Let’s book some time to talk more in depth? E-mail me today: firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to hearing from you.