How to migrate to SharePoint 2013

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How to migrate to SharePoint 2013

  1. 1. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 1 www.realdolmen.com SHAREPOINT 2013 MIGRATION BY BART VANDENHEEDE - REALDOLMEN
  2. 2. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 2 #Name: Bart Vandenheede #Function: Technical SharePoint Consultant #Email: bart.vandenheede@realdolmen.com #Twitter: @bartvandenheede #Blog: http://bartvandenheede.blogspot.com Company: www.realdolmen.com
  3. 3. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 3
  4. 4. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 4 User Productivity Social Search Web Content Management Apps Technical Improvements
  5. 5. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 5 2007 SUPPORT ENDED Moving to the CLOUD ? ……
  6. 6. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 9 KEYS TO SUCCESS Commitment Strong steering committee Realistic Timelines Expectation-setting Partner Experience Best Practices People Source system knowledge Target system knowledge
  7. 7. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 10 DEFINE MIGRATION STRATEGY SharePoint 2013
  8. 8. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 11 Content (what? Migrate all?) Technical Site Owners Problems? Performance? Extensions Users
  9. 9. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 12
  10. 10. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 13
  11. 11. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 14
  12. 12. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 15 TARGET: WE ARE GETTING MORE CHOICES
  13. 13. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 16 CHOOSE THE RIGHT MIGRATION STRATEGY Level of customizations & 3rd party products Where do we start from? SharePoint 2007 or 2010? Migration to on- premise or the cloud? Current site structure is good or bad
  14. 14. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 17 MIGRATION TYPES Database migration - Technical migration - Business not involved - Big Bang migration (optional) - No additional costs - 2007 = double hop migration - No migration to the cloud possible Migration with 3rd party tool - Copy content - Interaction with business - Metadata mapping - License cost (user or volume) - Content restructure possible - Possible to migrate to Office 365 Basic Migration Advanced Migration
  15. 15. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 18 DATABASE MIGRATION
  16. 16. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 19 DB MIGRATION FROM 2007 – DOUBLE HOP
  17. 17. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 20 Many Tools Features needed? Cost? Server Footprint Who?
  18. 18. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 21 Drag & Drop Granular migration Exclude Rules Mapping (users, CT, fields) Incremental Migration Security
  19. 19. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 22
  20. 20. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 23
  21. 21. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 24 COMMUNICATION PLAN What is happening When Benefits Changes UI, Addresses, Links Freeze periods USER ADOPTION Training Processes Excitement
  22. 22. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 25 WHAT’S NEW IN SHAREPOINT 2013 MIGRATION SharePoint 2013
  23. 23.  No BIG BANG migration  Upgrade users after training  Site Owner decides  When customizations are upgraded
  24. 24. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 27  Detect & Solve Issues  Check before migration
  25. 25. Meeting Workspace Template Document Workspace Template Web Analytics v2010 Other Templates Search Check the list …
  26. 26. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 29 MIGRATION SCENARIO’S SharePoint 2013
  27. 27. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 30 SITUATION SharePoint OOTB 2007/2010 No or very few customizations Good site structure Not migrating to the CLOUD DATABASE MIGRATION
  28. 28. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 31 SITUATION Highly customized Good site structure Not migrating to the CLOUD DATABASE MIGRATION Or Migration Tool Keep customizations?
  29. 29. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 32 SITUATION BAD Functional or Technical Structure Migration Tool
  30. 30. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 33 SITUATION MIGRATION TO OFFICE 365 Migration Tool • • •
  31. 31. SEPTEMBER 2, 2013 | SLIDE 34 THANK YOU For more information: visit our website WWW.REALDOLMEN.COM Follow us on: Selected presentations are available on: Or scan this QR code with your Smartphone to immediately go to the website

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