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Binary Tree Articles

Binary Tree publishes articles on improving IT cloud, M&A and modernization initiatives. Read the latest posts for news, insights, best practices and solutions for transforming Microsoft Office 365, Active Directory, Exchange, SharePoint and IBM Notes/Domino.

What’s New from Binary Tree for January 2019

shutterstock_701408947.jpg This month's releases to our software and Software-as-a-Service offerings include enhancements to domain and forest functional level support in Directory Sync Pro and Active Directory Pro along with some enhancements to Self-Service Archive Migrator | CMT. Power365® and Power365® Directory Sync both have monthly enhancements in usability and performance.

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Challenges of mergers and acquisitions in the Microsoft Office 365 Cloud

BT_17_img_Office365Challenges_550x375.jpg When it comes to mergers and acquisitions (M&A’s), it’s often a race against the clock. And when it comes to M&As in the Microsoft Office 365 cloud, you face a unique set of challenges that might force you to cut corners. But it doesn’t have to be that way. You can still get the job done quickly without compromising productivity.

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Automate migrations between tenants of Office 365

what-are-intervening-obstacles-in-migration_15345a63-8b57-40e4-99e2-ddefce206e9e.jpg This is the next post in our series about how automation can speed your migration. Here, we spotlight our Power365, which can help you automate a migration between tenants of Office 365. As a growing number of our clients move to the Microsoft cloud, this scenario is becoming more common.

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Use case #5 for multiple tenants of Office 365: Admin separation

Office 365 tenants 5.jpg Some organization use multiple tenants of Office 365 to group their organization into logical zones. This lets admins in each place manage their own area of responsibility. Then the challenge is to unify your brand and users across different tenants.

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Use case #4 for multiple tenants of Office 365: Ethical walls

Office 365 tenants 3.jpg Sometimes, you need to limit communication between employees whose interests might conflict. For example, different groups of attorneys within a major law firm might represent opposing corporate clients. Or an investment bank that both buys and sells stocks. In these scenarios, you might choose to separate users into different tenants of Office 365 to prevent corporate conflicts of interest.

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Use case #3 for multiple tenants of Office 365: Data sovereignty laws

Office 365 tenants 2.jpg Some countries have laws to prevent hosting or sharing data on their citizens outside their borders. Which means that even though you’re in the Microsoft cloud, you need to control exactly where your data lives. The solution: multiple tenants of Office 365.

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What’s New from Binary Tree for December 2018

shutterstock_487665148.jpg Enhancements to the Email Rewrite Service and Litigation Hold capabilities of Power365® Tenant-to-Tenant, new discovery and automation options in Power365® Directory Sync, and enhancements to the fidelity, functionality and regional support in Notes Migrator | CMT.

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Use case #2 for multiple tenants of Office 365: Partnerships between organizations

Office 365 tenants.jpg Strategic alliances between organizations are on the rise. But with more than 50% of them petering out, how can you help ensure that yours gets results? A great way to jump-start collaboration between organizations on Office 365 is to integrate the tenants.

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Use case #1 for multiple tenants of Office 365: Mergers and Acquisitions

Office 365 Multi-Tenant Mergers In this post, we do a deep dive on the most common use case for running more than one tenant of Office 365 in your organization or integrating multiple tenants across corporate boundaries, which is when you need to integrate and consolidate tenants during mergers and acquisitions (M&As).

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Why multiple tenants of Office 365? Five common scenarios

cloud_small_business_migrate_shutterstock_370754954web.jpg Here are the 5 most common scenarios we see with our clients for running on more than one Office 365 tenant or integrating multiple tenants across corporate boundaries.

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