We all have a number of accounts online these days; our social media platforms, our email, internet banking, and that weird news site you once signed up to just because they wouldn’t let you read that article about puppies if you didn’t. Each of these accounts have one thing in common – login credentials. The…
Lucidity are experts in migrating computer systems to the cloud.
Office 365 Cloud Migrations
We have completed large and small migrations to Office 365 across thousands of users. We have streamlined offerings for transitioning users with minimal impact.
We are able to take over and run the entire migration for you or just provide the back-end transition services as you require.
Lucidity can help with:
- Transition of Multi-tenant or complex multi-site Exchange environments
- Hybrid Exchange environments – with Exchange and Office 365
- Transitions from Google G-Suite
- Internal Office 365 to Office 365 migrations
- Migration of large distributed teams
- Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business Migrations
If your Office 365 migration quote caused heartburn – get in touch and we can talk through how migration works, advise you on the best licensing and provide you with a competitively priced solution.
Migrations to Azure
If you’re in Azure or looking to move, improve or extend your network into Azure, our Microsoft qualified engineers can assist with everything from scoping your transition, through to execution and operational management of Azure infrastructure.
Workload Assessment – Analysis of current server workloads and optimisation for cloud environments.
Storage Assessment – Analysis of storage needs, protection levels and location requirements.
DR Strategy – Networking, Storage and Compute requirements and costing for Azure and/or NZ based site recovery
Cloud Network – Analysis of network requirements and connectivity design, costing to Azure or AWS.
Lucidity run parts of our own infrastructure on Azure and know how to get the best out of the service in our New Zealand region. Leverage our engineering team’s experience working with public and private cloud solutions.
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