Come hear about Binary Tree’s amazing migration feats at our upcoming webinar on March 24th, “Lessons Learned”, where we’ll delve into three client case studies that have significant takeaways. Read the synopsis that follows.


Posted on 18/03/2015 9:00:00 | with 0 comments

Partner Enablement – How We Know When It’s Working
Posted by Pete Caldecourt, Sales Engineering Manager

Click to see full sizeMost software solution providers have some type of partner program, but not all programs are created equally. At Binary Tree, we take the relationship between our technical staff and partners very seriously. So much so, that we completely revamped our partner program about a year ago. And we’re writing about it now because we are certain that it’s working.

Naturally, we want our partners to have a good understanding of our solutions, get access to training and support materials, be able to improve delivery, and ultimately make more money. But how do you build a true community – one where partners collaborate with each other?


Posted on 11/03/2015 9:00:00 | with 0 comments

A SMART Guide to Starting a Migration Project
Posted by Pete Caldecourt, Sales Engineering Manager

migration_planning_250p.jpgWhen an enterprise is ready to tackle an email migration project, it’s easy to forget about the planning. After all, don’t all of the great products available today make it a snap? Well, yes…and not quite.

To ensure a successful migration, you will need to think about more than just purchasing a migration product to copy or move the mailboxes from your source to the target platform. There’s a lot of planning involved, and you want to make sure you have the appropriate team in place to manage your transition from one platform to another. So how do you make sure you’re going down the right path?


Posted on 05/03/2015 9:00:00 | with 0 comments

Time to Get Ready for Notes Archive Migrations to Exchange Archive Mailboxes
Posted by Richard Dean, Principal Consultant

Do your IBM/Lotus Notes archive databases reside on file servers, or perhaps on different Domino mail and application servers, or locally on user workstations? If this rings true for your enterprise, how can you get all these archive mail databases centrally located and ready for migration?



Posted on 26/02/2015 9:00:00 | with 0 comments

Posted by
Justin Harris, Senior Solution Architect
Joe Sharmer, Team Lead Senior Solution Architect (N. America)


Here’s the news: Microsoft has increased the size of messages that can be migrated from Exchange on-premises to Office 365…from 25MB to a whopping 150MB!

According to a January 12th blog post, Microsoft announced that:

“We now allow messages up to 150MB to be migrated to the service. The change is available immediately to all customers and is published as a new limit in the Exchange Online limits page in the Office 365 service description. This change enables customers with large messages to easily migrate their existing content to the message.”


Great News...Right?


Posted on 11/02/2015 9:00:00 | with 0 comments

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