Digital design services for migration to Office 365.

LINA OSTROUKH | December 23, 2016

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Digital Design provides a variety of services regarding migration of SharePoint and on-premises Exchange environment to Office 365. Digital Design is a customer-focused company based in St. Petersburg, Russia with extensive experience in migration processes for Microsoft products. During over 20 years of its successful history Digital Design has proven its competence when it comes to challenges like the migration of IT infrastructure to Office 365 for companies of various sizes, from small businesses to large enterprises. For many businesses, third-party assistance regarding both of these tasks is a necessity because of the complexity of the processes. Very often, IT departments at various organizations are unaware of different pitfalls and nuances that can present difficulties to people who never took on similar tasks. These aspects can not only  slow down the migration buy they can also manifest themselves in the future and impact a business in a negative way. Problems that occur afterward tend to be very challenging to fix and can easily result in significant expenses.

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