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6 Steps to Take Before Migrating to M365
The Microsoft 365 suite of tools is being rolled out at companies large and small to support new ways of working – not least of which was the quick shift to a remote-first workforce! Organisations now need to tackle how to protect, govern, and secure their information before migrating to this new environment.

Some organisations struggle to get going or peter out before finishing their migration due to organisational concerns that range from knowing what data to move to compliance and security. Several significant M365 migration challenges should be considered to avoid setbacks and additional expenses.

Join speakers from ActiveNav as they provide actionable steps for preparing your data for a move to M365. You’ll leave this webinar confident about your migration plan.

During this lively webinar, they’ll answer:
• Why a “Lift and Shift” approach is not the answer
• How to discover, classify, and action your content before migration
• How to apply Microsoft Information Protection labels during migration for improved data security and protection
• …and a live Q&A

May 19, 2021 02:00 PM in London

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Matthew Wallis
VP Sales, EMEA @ActiveNav
Matthew has over 25 years of EMEA and international sales and marketing leadership experience having worked with blue-chip companies such as HP and Motorola as well as start-ups including Neocase, Objectivity and TrademarkNow. Matthew has recruited and grown multinational sales teams in the Big Data, Publishing, Legal and Healthcare industries. A strategic and pragmatic leader, some of Matthews notable achievements include the complete restructuring of an EMEA organization and associated partners channels, as well as successfully leading a company trade sale. Matthew holds a BSc in Control Engineering from Sheffield Hallam University and a Diploma in Strategic Business Direction.
Chris Dewey
Senior Technical Consultant
Chris has over 20 years’ experience in information governance and IT in multiple sectors including Technology, Government and Defence, Oil & Gas, Retail, Insurance, Finance and Utilities. Chris has worked as a Services Consultant with Active Navigation for fifteen years, planning and delivering client projects, ranging from small local Government offices to global corporations. In parallel, he has worked extensively on the rulesets used by Active Navigation clients to identify ROT (redundant, obsolete and trivial), sensitive data and to generate metadata for migration to ECM. Wearing a different hat, Chris has run the Mike Oldfield magazine for over 30 years and has even written a book about him – we think he’d do OK on Mastermind! Chris holds a BA in Modern Languages from the University of Bath.