Day One of your merger or acquisition is in the books. You pushed hard to integrate your
identity and messaging so that your users could start collaborating right out of the gate. You’ve
set things up so that users can look each other up in a shared directory, send emails back and
forth, schedule meetings, and more.
Now, you’ve got a bit more breathing room to consolidate everyone onto the same platform.
And you need to do it without disrupting your users. In this white paper, we walk you through
what that process looks like. Specifically, we share considerations and best practices for how to:
- Consolidate Active Directory
- Consolidate on-premises Microsoft Exchange
- Consolidate Microsoft Office 365
- Support end-users after the migration
Those are the key things to learn about when it comes to consolidating Active Directory, Exchange, and Office 365 after a merger.