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All you wanted to know about Teams data migrations

Track: Teams Admin
Level: 400 - Expert

Migrating to Teams from Slack, or performing a tenant migration? Moving files into Microsoft 365 to use with Teams? Whether it’s files, chats or configuration and metadata, it’s important to know what is possible and avoid common pitfalls.

In this session, you’ll learn about the key methods you can migrate data into Teams, without the vendor spin – and what’s really possible for tenant migrations or when moving in from other tools like Slack. And you’ll hear practical, usable advice on moving file data and other configuration between tenants or from on-premises file servers. Find the middle ground that works well with SharePoint, but doesn’t annoy your users and make Teams unusable.

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Steve Goodman
A nine-time MVP, author and speaker at conferences including Microsoft Ignite and TechEd, Steve has been working with Microsoft products for over 20 years, and writing about the earliest iterations of what’s now Microsoft 365 for a over a decade. Since it launched into preview Steve has been helping organizations to plan, deploy and manage Microsoft Teams, and currently works for award winning Microsoft partner Content + Cloud in the UK as a Principal Technology Strategist, helping customers define their digital transformation plans and getting hands-on in Teams, Exchange and Identity projects.
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