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1 Welcome to the Microsoft Office 365 Workshop BPOS to Office 365 Transition for Existing BPOS Customers Richard Edgerton MOS MCAS MCT QA Business Applications Principal Technologist Conor Callanan - CORE

2 Founded 1990 UK & European coverage from UK Horizontal coverage Professional services only 14 Microsoft competencies No1 Package service day provider 2009 & 2010 & 2011

3 SharePoint Office, Windows, SQL Server, Exchange, Enterprise Project Management (Project Server), Silverlight, Visual Studio, Search. System Centre Configurations Manager, Operations Manager, Data Protection Manager, Virtual Machine Manager, Service Manager, Opalis BPOS /Office 365 Integration, Migration, Support, Custom Development Security Forefront Client Security, Forefront Endpoint Protection, Forefront Protection 2010 for Exchange Server, Forefront Online Protection for Exchange, Forefront Protection 2010 for SharePoint, Forefront Security for Office Communication Server, Forefront Threat Management Gateway Consultancy Strategic Guidance, Business Requirements Analysis, Software Assurance Programmes Custom Development Planning, Design, System Integration, Software Development & Implementation Project Management Tenders, Proof of Concept, Pilots etc. Support 24 hr Portal Service Desk, 90% Renewal Rate of Support Training Custom Training & Skills Transfer

4 * BPOS partner since launch - April 2009 * Office 365 Launch Partner * Microsoft Cloud Accelerate Partner * Intune Launch Partner - March 2011 * 26 Migrations ranging in size from 5 seats to 1100 seats

5 * Proven Track Record delivering solutions around the Microsoft BPOS/Office 365 Platform * Integration * Migrate * Value Add custom development * Support

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8 * No more backup or storage worries Let Microsoft do the maintenance for you and give your IT staff time to work on projects that can add real value to the business. No more adding disk space or increasing back-up capacity. * Business-class security. Microsoft run on a network of world-class data centres protected by multiple layers of security and operational best practices – all while providing 99.9% uptime. * Up-to-date Technology You will always have access to the most up-to-date upgrades and technologies as soon as they are stable and tested. * Move from CapEx to OpEx Charging Using Exchange Online allowed us to move IT spend from CapEx to OpEx and enable us to save money and allocate funds to other IT requirements.

9 * Sign Up today for Office 365 Beta and/or Intune Trail and receive free support from CORE

10 * 19 th of May – Case Management Framework for SharePoint: Using SharePoint as an ECM platform * 26 th of May – The Features and Benefits of SharePoint 2010: An Introduction and Overview * 2 nd of June – Discover the Benefits of Using SharePoint 2010 for your Public-Facing Website If you are interested in attending any of these upcoming seminars, please speak with Ashley

11 Housekeeping Timings Facilities & Refreshments Fire Exits Contacts Richard.Edgerton@qa.com Conor.Callanan@core.gb.com

12 Workshop Agenda Introductions Office 365 Overview Technologies and Plans Introduction to the Transition Process and Timelines Overview and Roles BPOS to Office 365 Before Transition Activities The Transition Weekend Post Transition Activities Partner Presentation

13 BPOS Office 365 is an Evolution of the Existing Service 13 Office 365 Business Value of Microsoft Online Services People | Technology | Financial | Process No server upgrades No data migration 24x7 technical support Predictable price Familiar Experiences Business Value of Microsoft Online Services People | Technology | Financial | Process No server upgrades No data migration 24x7 technical support Predictable price Familiar Experiences New features and offerings + SERVICE

14 Office 365 Overview Possible Office 365 Components Office 2010 Professional Plus SharePoint 2010 Exchange 2010 Lync Server Online Office 2010 Web Apps

15 Help People Accomplish More Put the Power of the 2010 Servers into Their Hands with Office 2010 Business Intelligence Collaboration Unified Communications Enterprise Content Management SharePoint 2010 Word 2010 PowerPoint 2010 SharePoint Workspace 2010 PowerPoint 2010 SharePoint 2010 Word 2010 Office 2010 ClientServer Lync Server 2010 Lync 2010 Word 2010 Lync 2010 SharePoint 2010 Power Pivot for Excel add-in Exchange 2010 Outlook 2010 Exchange 2010 Outlook 2010 Share an Office application with others in one click See presence and contact others from within your shared document with IM or voice See voice mail transcripts and faxes right in your inbox Consolidate & quickly analyze vast amounts of data. Share & Refresh powerful BI models in SharePoint Edit the same document at the same time Use & update SharePoint documents and lists when youre not connected Quickly broadcast a slideshow right from within PowerPoint Avoid sending sensitive mail to the wrong people with help from Mail Tips and keep security a priority with Retention Policy and Automated Policy Application Enhance content management with smart templates that populate document metadata Easily access rich client/server capabilities with the Backstage view in Office 2010

16 Pricing / Licensing / Offerings All active subscriptions transitionedNo changes to prices, account status, etc. Each BPOS SKU will map to one and only one Office 365 SKU. Customers may switch offerings after transitionEDU Customers Not Transitioning Now 16

17 BPOS Transition Office 365 Plans 17 | Microsoft Confidential

18 System requirements 18

19 Key Areas of Change New featuresNew Offerings Live Meeting to Lync transition New System Requirements New Portal Experiences URL Changes for OWA and Portals Services Connector (And no Sign In App) Optional: Federated Identity New Password Requirements 19

20 System Requirements Key Changes 20 Office 2003 Not SupportedInternet Explorer 6 Not Supported Office Communicator 2007 R2 Not SupportedBPOS Sign In Application DeprecatedOnline Service Connector Required

21 Office 365, Office Client and Browser Companion Upgrade to Office 2010 or Office 2007 SP2. Outlook 2003 not supported via any protocol. OR use Outlook Web App (part of Exchange Online) in browser. Internet Explorer 7 or higher (v3 or higher for Firefox, Safari, Chrome) Exchange Online Read/Edit via Office Web Apps (browser companion to Office) Document must be Office 2010 or 2007 SP2 to edit Not all plans (SKUs) offer Office Web Apps edit capability Read capability is part of SharePoint Online Internet Explorer 7 or higher (v3 or higher for Firefox, Safari, Chrome) Read/Edit via Office rich client Document and Office client must be 2010 or 2007 SP2 SharePoint Online 21

22 Office 365 Password Requirements Office 365 has updated strong-password requirements. When users reset their passwords via the normal password expiration process, new passwords must meet the following requirements: Passwords must be between 7 and 16 characters Passwords cannot contain characters from different language sets, e.g. Arabic or Greek or German. Passwords can only be comprised of basic, English-language letters and symbols, called ASCII characters. ASCII characters include: A-Z, a-z, 0-9, ! @ # $ % ^ & * - _ + = [ ] { } | \ :,. ? / ` ~ ( ) ; 22

23 Identity 23 Microsoft Online Identity (Current) Federated Identity (SSO) with ADFS 2.0

24 New System Requirements Operating System The Windows ® 7 operating system The Windows Vista ® operating system with SP2 Windows XP with SP3 Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard), 10.6 (Snow Leopard) Windows Server 2003 and Windows Server 2008 System Microsoft.NET Framework 2.0 Java client 1.4.2 (for Macintosh OS X) Office Clients Microsoft Office 2010 or Office 2007 with SP2 Office 2008 for Mac and Entourage 2008 Web Services Edition Office 2011 for Mac and Outlook 2011 for Mac Lync 2010 Communicator for Mac Client Applications Microsoft Online Services Connector Browser Microsoft Online Portal Internet Explorer 7 or later Mozilla Firefox 3.x Apple Safari 4.x Browser Outlook Web App Internet Explorer 7 or above Firefox 3 or higher Safari 3 or higher on Macintosh OS X 10.5 Chrome 3 and later versions Outlook Web App also has a light version that supports a reduced set of features across almost any browser

25 THE TRANSITION EXPERIENCE 25

26 Transition Overview 26

27 Availability and Timeline Beta Q4 2010 Pilot Q2 2011 GA June 2011 Limited Transitions 1-3 months post GA Transition Available GA +4 months Transitions End GA +16 months 12 Months to Transition 27 | Microsoft Confidential

28 Getting on the Upgrade Train The Monthly Upgrade Train Each month a batch of customers will be upgraded from Microsoft Online V1 to Microsoft Online V2 over a specific weekend Scheduling Customers will be scheduled into a specific monthly batch ahead of time. Customers will be notified of what batch they are in during launch window Customers will notified again up to 30 days before to communicate the specific migration day Customers can request to be moved to a different migration upgrade Microsoft Online V2 RTW Batch 1 50 Ten. Batch 2 50 Ten. Batch 3 200 Ten. Batch 4 Large # Batch 5 Large # Batch 6 Large # Batch 7 Large # Batch 8 Large #

29 Transition Experience: Phases Plan | Prepare | Pilot Learn Schedule Deploy end-user software Prepare end-users Pilot Transition 48 hours Mail flow uninterrupted Admin and customer portal locked SharePoint locked for part of weekend Configuration Configure end-user computers and devices as needed Re-configure mail-enabled applications (Exchange Online) Configure new features and capabilities 29

30 Transition Benefits New Identity Platform New Server Platforms Improved Administration Single Sign-In (SSO) Federated identity Live ID infrastructure Microsoft Federation Gateway Exchange 2010, SharePoint 2010, Lync 2010 Architected from the ground up for multi- tenancy Server-service parity Improved coexistence Native migration tools Role-based access control Remote PowerShell Extended control panels Self-serve user admin More settings / options exposed to admin. Office 365 brings many top-requested features from customers The term transition describes the end-to-end experience of a customer moving from BPOS to Office 365, including planning, piloting, data upgrade, client access and configuration work.

31 Transition Roles and Responsibilities Microsoft Make customers aware Propose schedule Information and guidance All changes within Microsoft datacenters Uninterrupted mail flow Migrate all data Customer Respond to schedule proposal End-user training and communications Update end-user computer software and devices if necessary Optional: Deploy ADFS role, Exchange Server 2010 31

32 Pre-Transition

33 Administrator Pre-Transition Experience Continues to manage tenant from BPOS Admin Portal before transition Admin receives initial notification about the transition and proposed transition date Prepares tenant for transition Update AutoDiscover DNS settings for tenant Admin confirm or declines proposed transition date Admin prepares users for transition experience Elects mailboxes for pilot if desired 33 | Microsoft Confidential

34 End-User Pre-Transition Experience Continues to use BPOS services before transition (Outlook, SharePoint, etc.) Receives information from Administrator about transition Prepares desktop for transition Reset password (if not previously reset in BPOS) to meet new password requirements Updates desktop to minimal requirements (Update Office, IE, Etc.) Prepare desktop with NEW Office 365 services (Install Lync 2010, and deploy Office 365 Connector) 34

35 Scheduling the Transition Microsoft gathers customer feedback Mid-2011 Microsoft Proposes Schedule 2011 In Email In Product Via Account Team Customer Acknowledges or Requests Different Schedule Via Support Via Account Team Via MOAC Communication and Countdown Guidance Reminders Documentation 35 Transition occurs over a weekend (48 hours) Transition batches scheduled weekly Initial schedule date based on start date and customer feedback Transition occurs over a weekend (48 hours) Transition batches scheduled weekly Initial schedule date based on start date and customer feedback

36 Information Upcoming service transition What is the service transition? Frequently Asked Questions What happens after transition? V2 Documentation Get Started Customize a plan for setting up email, collaboration, IM and conferencing.................. Get Help Explore the Help and How-to Portal Search support articles Important URLs.................. Recommended Reading Verify a Domain from any Registrar Connect a Mobile Device to Exchange Online Reset a Users Password.................. Administration Portal A date for your transition to Office 365 is available. Confirm your date now Alert notifies user a date has been assigned

37 Information Upcoming service transition What is the service transition? Frequently Asked Questions What happens after transition? V2 Documentation Get Started Customize a plan for setting up email, collaboration, IM and conferencing.................. Get Help Explore the Help and How-to Portal Search support articles Important URLs.................. Recommended Reading Verify a Domain from any Registrar Connect a Mobile Device to Exchange Online Reset a Users Password.................. Administration Portal You have a date for transitioning to Office 365. Confirm your date now. Confirm/Decline dialog is shown in lightbox view Confirm your transition date To schedule your transition to Office 365, click Confirm. Learn more...................................................... Your transition will begin on August 15, 2011 Confirm Change date Change your transition date View available time periods If the transition date does not work for your company, select a different time period, and then click Change date.

38 Your transition has been scheduled. Confirm your date now. Information Upcoming service transition What is the service transition? Frequently Asked Questions What happens after transition? V2 Documentation Get Started Customize a plan for setting up email, collaboration, IM and conferencing.................. Get Help Explore the Help and How-to Portal Search support articles Important URLs.................. Recommended Reading Verify a Domain from any Registrar Connect a Mobile Device to Exchange Online Reset a Users Password.................. Administration Portal Confirm your transition date To schedule your transition to Office 365, click Confirm. Learn more If the transition date does not work for your company, select a different time period, and then click Change date. Confirm your transition date To schedule your transition to Office 365, click Confirm. Learn more...................................................... Your transition will begin on August 15, 2011 Confirm Change date Change your transition date View available time periods If the transition date does not work for your company, select a different time period, and then click Change date. View available time periods 1 month after August 15, 2011 2 months after August 15, 2011 3 months after August 15, 2011 As late as possible As early as possible

39 Colin Wilcox scheduled your transition to Office 365 to begin on August 15, 2011. Information Upcoming service transition What is the service transition? Frequently Asked Questions What happens after transition? V2 Documentation Get Started Customize a plan for setting up email, collaboration, IM and conferencing.................. Get Help Explore the Help and How-to Portal Search support articles Important URLs.................. Recommended Reading Verify a Domain from any Registrar Connect a Mobile Device to Exchange Online Reset a Users Password.................. Administration Portal Colin Wilcox | sign out Upon accepting date, alert updates to show confirmation & confirmer

40 Transition Weekend 40

41 Experience During Transition (48 Hours) Admin Experience BPOS administration center will be locked on DAY BEFORE transition starts Administration center displays only the information panel; all other areas are locked Support team is available for issue escalations and password reset. License/Subscription portal also locked on DAY BEFORE transition starts User Experience Users will use SAME UserID/Password before/during/ and after transition Exchange mailboxes will move Office 365 over 48-hour transition period Outlook will continue to function, mail flow continues to work, but user will be prompted to re-start Outlook Outlook Web App (OWA) URL will stop working, and users will need to start using Office 365 URL Active Sync devices stop working and will need to be re-configured BES devices will stop working and will need to be re-configured after tenant transition is complete SharePoint site collections will be locked to Read Only for some time during the weekend Lync 2010 will continue to function Live Meeting will continue to function 41 | Microsoft Confidential

42 Post Transition

43 Post Transition Experience Admin Post-Transition Experience Admin can access Office 365 portal and manage tenant Post-Transition Tasks Start V2 Directory Sync Recreate mailbox retention policies Setup BES Service Setup ADFS and Exchange rich coexistence if desired End-User Post-Transition Experience Will use same UserID@Company.Com and Password as always for Microsoft Online Services Outlook and SharePoint work immediately Outlook will automatically re- configure (no OST re-download required, existing profile preserved) SharePoint URLs will direct to new SharePoint Online Manually reconfigure OWA URL with URL provided by administrator, replacing any old bookmarks Manually reconfigure Active Sync mobile devices, following instructions provided by administrator Manually reconfigure BES device after administrator has setup BES service Remove old Microsoft Online Services Sign In application

44 End-User Pre-Configuration Experience

45 Live Meeting to Lync Online Lync Online becomes the conferencing solution with Office 365 After transition, Lync Online to replace Live Meeting for conferencing To ensure a smooth transition Live Meeting service will remain active for meetings scheduled prior to transition Live Meeting service will be phased out Customers should remove Live Meeting Outlook add-in, install Lync Online Outlook add-in Existing Live Meetings will persist, use Lync Online for new meetings 45 Live Meeting Lync Online

46 User Upgrade Walk-Through Updates 9.x Sign-In client End-User Prompted to restart Outlook End-User Restarts Outlook End-User Uses Outlook Pre-Upgrade After Upgrade Upgrades to Outlook 2007 or Outlook 2010 Installs OCS 14 Client Uses new home URL to access W14 portal End-User types in new URL to access OWA OCS 14 client continues to work Win Mobile device stops sync BES temp. stops sync for short period Outlook functions during upgrade SP Sites are R/O during upgrade User uses same URL to access upgraded sites Optional: Visits W14 portal to install W14 connector if not done LM Links/ client continue to work Reconfigure Win Mobile device BES auto. starts sync after upgrade V1 OWA denies access after upgrade BPOS Outlook OWA BES Win Mobile SharePoint OCS LM Uninstall 9.x Sign-in During Upgrade Optional: Site admin upgrades site design to 2010

47 Customer Admin Upgrade Scenario Step 1: DS Sync Start the V1- V2 DS Sync Step 1: DS Sync Start the V1- V2 DS Sync Step 1 - Planning Admin reads general information about V1-V2 upgrades (HELP/BLOGS) Step 1 - Planning Admin reads general information about V1-V2 upgrades (HELP/BLOGS) Step 2: Schedule Several months prior to upgrade tenant is added to a batch and notified of the schedule. Step 2: Schedule Several months prior to upgrade tenant is added to a batch and notified of the schedule. Step 2 – Accept Date Admin reads upgrade information and accepts upgrade date through MOAC Step 2 – Accept Date Admin reads upgrade information and accepts upgrade date through MOAC Step 3 - Prepare Admin prepares self and user community for upgrade. Step 3 - Prepare Admin prepares self and user community for upgrade. Step 4 – Upgrade Day Takes 48 hours to upgrade in which Admin locked from making changes Step 5 – Post Upgrade Admin logs into V2 MOAC and performs post-upgrade steps Step 5 – Post Upgrade Admin logs into V2 MOAC and performs post-upgrade steps Step 4: Lock Lock Tenant from MOAC Access Step 5: Data Migrate Ex/SP Data Step 6: Finalize Finalize the upgrade and enable V2 MOAC Step 6: Finalize Finalize the upgrade and enable V2 MOAC Trial V2 tenant Pilot V2 Services Upgrade Client Software * BPOS Steps Customer Admin Steps Configure V2 Dirsync Enable Live Federation Step 3: Prep Pre-stage Ex/SP data PlanningPreparing Upgrade weekend *Update Client Software = - Upgrade 9.x Client - Upgrade/Patch Office

48 Exchange Upgrade Details Exchange Upgraded with Individual Mailbox Moves Mailboxes are individually Moved from Exchange Online V1 to Exchange Online V2 After a mailbox move, Outlook must be re-started and will automatically re-connect to Exchange Online V2. What to Expect Outlook mailbox will remain intact after move All folders, items, ect are preserved OST will remain intact (no re-sync and no loss of mail) Basic mail coexistence with mailboxes that have not yet moved (GAL/Messaging/Meetings) Advanced Features: Delegates, Rules, Mailbox Perms, will migrate Domain settings will remain What NOT to Expect Mobile Settings (Need to reset Windows Mobile) Mailbox Policies: Will need to be re-created after upgrade Rich-Coexistence: Free/Busy and Delegates with mailboxes that have not yet moved will not work * BES and EHA Archive are still under investigation

49 SharePoint Upgrade Details SharePoint Sites Upgrade Together Customer can preview sites in V2 Sandbox prior to upgrade day All site collections are Moved from SharePoint Online V1 to V2 on upgrade day During the upgrade V1 site collections are read-only What to Expect A lot of new features e.g. Excel Services! V1 Site Collections URLs are retained in V2 All lists, libraries, workflows, alerts etc. are upgraded automatically Non customized content pages are upgraded automatically SharePoint Online V1 look and feel is retained All permissions are retained/upgraded What NOT to Expect V2 Office Integration features require Office 2007 SP2 + April CU Custom applications using SharePoint Online Web-Services need to be updated to use V2 identities Potential rendering issue of customized content pages (e.g. custom script, formatting)

50 Impact of V1-V2 Transition What is changing:What this change means: Core Infrastructure Changes: Different Identity System (Microsoft Federation Gateway) -Login experience will change to Microsoft Federation Gateway -Update Office applications to support Live auth (Office 2007 SP2+) Different Admin Model-Learning curve for admin and change of roles/polices after upgrade Service Changes: Exchange 2010-No support for Outlook 2003, Need to upgrade to OL 2007 SP2+ -New OWA Experience (user learning curve) SharePoint 2010-No support for Office 2003 (Need Office 2007 SP2 + CU) -Custom sites may need to be updated after upgrade. OCS 2010-No support for legacy OCS client, must upgrade to OCS 14 client sometime before upgrade Location Changes: Different Portal URLs-Admin and End-Users will need to use new Portal URL after upgrade Different Exchange URL-Deskless users will need to use new Exchange OWA URL after upgrade -Windows Mobile users will need to reset devices after upgrade Other Changes: New Service Agent-Users will need to install new service client before upgrade, and un-install old service client after upgrade.

51 Tenant Phases

52 Admin Experience Before Transition Admin receives initial notification about the transition Admin receives proposed transition date Admin confirm or declines proposed transition date During Transition Administration center displays only the information panel; all other areas are locked Admin receives links to familiarize with new environment and post-upgrade tasks After Transition Admin is signed out of admin portal and must sign back in (using same username/password) Redirected to new Admin Portal Signs in to new Admin Portal (same credentials again) Admin reviews post-transition information 52

53 End-User Experience Before Transition Review information from Administrator Instructions for any required client software installation: Office, Communicator, Live Meeting, Internet Explorer, Service Connector During Transition SharePoint site collections will be locked to Read Only Outlook will continue to function, mail flow continues to work Users may be prompted to re-start Outlook after transition period ends Previous Outlook Web App (OWA) URL will stop working Active Sync devices will not be able to connect to Exchange Online with previous configuration After Transition User presented with new Sign-in page. Will use same UserID@Company.Com and Password as always for Microsoft Online Services Outlook and SharePoint work immediately Outlook will automatically re-configure (no OST re-download required, existing profile preserved) SharePoint URLs will direct to new SharePoint Online Manually reconfigure OWA URL with URL provided by administrator, replacing any old bookmarks Manually reconfigure Active Sync mobile devices, following instructions provided by administrator Remove old Microsoft Online Services Sign In application 53

54 MOS Technical Support Transition engineers specifically trained on transition issues Transition Hotline (TBD) All Tier 1 reps trained Partners Partner of Record CCd on email communications Partner communications / training Trusted advisor Transition Center FAQ Checklist Transition Guide (TBR) Forums http://www.microsoft.com/online/transition-center.aspx Tools Microsoft Assessment and Planning Toolkit http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb977556.aspx Customer Support 54

55 EDU Customers on BPOS Today This refers to education customers on BPOS Standard today, not Live@EDU There will be an EDU SKU/Offering on Office 365 Pricing, licensing and transition date TBA 55

56 Transition by BPOS Lifecycle Scenarios (Pre Office 365 GA) Customer has subscribed to a BPOS trial Applies to: Customers who start trial 30 days before GA Customers on extended trial A. Existing Trial Customer has purchased BPOS but has not yet migrated production data from on-premises Customer has purchased BPOS but only deployed test or POC data to BPOS B. Purchased, No Production Deployment Customer has purchased BPOS and is partially or fully deployed with production data C. Purchased, Production Deployment 56

57 A. Existing Trial 57 1. Purchase BPOS and Transition Purchase BPOS and transition as described here 2. Wait for Office 365 and Re-Trial Off-board data from trial if desired Remove domain from BPOS trial (if desired on beta) Request Beta and start testing Office 365 Re-start trial on Office 365 after GA Trial subscriptions will not be transitioned!

58 B. Purchased, No Production Deployment 1. Deploy and Transition (GA ++) Deploy BPOS and transition as described here (GA++) 2. Transition Subscription Only at GA++ Do not deploy BPOS Use Office 365 beta for sandbox testing. Beta is not convertible in this scenario. Transition BPOS subscription only (no users/data) through transition process described here (GA++) Deploy Office 365 3. Decommission BPOS and deploy to Office 365 at GA For customers who need to be on Office 365 at GA Do not deploy BPOS Use Office 365 beta for production testing. Beta is convertible in this scenario. At Office 365 GA decommission existing BPOS subscription via support and subscribe to Office 365 (NOTE: requires a new contract and will not preserve pricing) Deploy Office 365 58

59 Trying Office 365 for Existing Customers Not convertible to production for existing customers (convertible for new Office 365 customers) Existing customers cannot use their BPOS domain in beta Beta Not convertible to production for existing customers (convertible for new Office 365 customers) Existing customers cannot use their BPOS domain in Office 365 trial Office 365 Trial (GA) Small group of end users and their mailboxes moved to Office 365 Production pilot – users will stay on Office 365. Data preserved. Mailbox Pilot (GA+) 59 Pre-GA Post GA

60 Further Courses Office 365 End User Overview - Webinar Office 365 for End Users Office 365 SharePoint Online and Lync Online Office 365 Technical Overview for the IT Professional Office 365 Exchange Online Overview and Migration

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