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.

A Seamless Migration of a Remote Workforce for a Food Services Divestment

Empact Case Study listing.jpg The Southern Africa operations of one of the largest food service companies in the world was being divested and needed to migrate their users, identities, mail, and OneDrive content, to a new IT environment.

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European Airline Departs from Parent Company to a New Office 365 Tenant

Airline Digital Transformation listing.jpg A popular and well-established European charter airline was being separated out from its parent organization and required a rapid migration of a large number of users to new IT environment.

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Inc. CEO Project Enhances Collaboration with Move to Office 365 Cloud

Inc CEO Project case study listing.jpg Inc. CEO Project sought to make it easier to deliver value to clients by enhancing remote work, communication and collaboration capabilities. They wanted to unify their use of email, collaboration apps, file sharing, and web meeting technologies into a single cloud-based platform.

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A Cloud-First Strategy Leads a Scottish Council to Modernize to Office 365

Scottish Council case study listing.jpg As part of their cloud-first strategy, a local Scottish council needed to migrate their 3,200 Lotus Notes users to Office 365 and provide them with training resources to quickly become productive in the Microsoft cloud.

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A Global Leader in In Vitro Diagnostics Migrates from Cloud-to-Cloud

Werfen case study listing.jpg To enhance the collaboration and productivity capabilities of their users, Werfen, a global leader in in vitro diagnostics, recently embarked on a cloud-to-cloud migration between SmartCloud and the Microsoft Office 365 cloud.

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6 Online Training Requirements for Microsoft Office 365 Users

Online Training Microsoft 365 listing.jpg The recent, rapid growth of Microsoft Teams has shown that organizations are sold on its potential to energize remote work and collaboration. Unfortunately, Gartner has found that many users are “not sufficiently adept” with Office 365 and Teams. In this post, I will outline 6 key requirements for boosting the proficiency of users with Office 365 and Teams with online training. The goal of these requirements is to improve user productivity and yield higher employee satisfaction, creating a win-win for the organization.

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Transform Microsoft Teams from a Pandemic Response into a Path to Value

Path to Value listing.jpg Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, most organizations rushed to bolster the remote work capabilities of their office workers by onboarding them with tools like Microsoft Teams. While some enterprises provided significant enablement efforts to get their employees productive with the new tools, many more have not done much beyond making Teams available for use.

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5 Ways to Take Remote Productivity to the Next Level

Remote Work Productivity listing.jpg How can you ensure your end-users are fully adopting your collaboration tools and remaining productive, efficient and effective while working from home? Binary Tree is here to guide you every step of the way and show your end-users the ropes with our e-Learning library of on-demand Microsoft 365 courses.

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Realizing the Value of Microsoft Teams

The Value of Microsoft Teams listing.jpg The COVID-19 Pandemic has forced many organizations to ramp up their support for employees working from home. The recent surge of new Microsoft Teams users may be a move of necessity for many right now, but most organizations will realize the value of Teams now and into the future. A Forrester study commissioned by Microsoft sheds light on the potential benefits of Teams.

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Does Migration Speed Matter?

Migration Speed listing.jpg When it comes to migration projects, a question that is often asked – and maybe not necessarily out loud – is “Does speed really matter?” That is, does it matter how fast mailboxes, users, content, groups, Teams, or other critical business items are moved to target locations? Speed does matter, of course, but there is no blanket answer for all situations.

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