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Many businesses sign up for technology platforms that seem good at the time but outgrow them quickly. For one healthcare consulting firm, they were faced with a lack of internal resources available to keep their legacy content management system running. To modernize, they knew a change was necessary.

As they implemented Office 365, they made the decision to migrate their data to SharePoint Online, but only had 2 months to do it, with mountains of data to move. Read this case study to learn how they chose a partner that offers ultra-fast migration services who has deep expertise in data migration and O365 with SharePoint.

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