CASAHL offers enterprises looking to transition to Office 365 a uniquely powerful and flexible option with which to maximize the value of their Office 365 deployments by taking advantage of the DART suite’s infrastructure.
As illustrated in the diagram, CASAHL:
Works with a variety of source system types — SharePoint (typically older versions), IBM Notes/Domino (and related products, including QuickPlace/Quickr and Domino Document Manager), Google Drive, Google Sites, Exchange (public folders), a variety of file systems (e.g., Box and network file shares), and the leading enterprise content management (ECM) systems (via the CMIS standard)
Follows the four-step DART process to ensure that content is optimized for Office 365 and seamlessly integrated with full fidelity, regardless of which source it came from
Makes it possible to work with resources in a source technology-independent framework, categorized into documents, lists/tables, conversations, collaborative applications, and team spaces
Gives immediate and full leverage of the new Office 365 tools, e.g., populating Office Graph and making the resources previously available only in legacy system silos securely and conveniently accessible to business users through Delve
Applying the DART approach to migration also makes it possible for enterprises to transition to modern collaboration/content services such as Office 365 and Microsoft Azure without disrupting worker productivity; content can be synchronized between old and new systems to ensure that users have uninterrupted access to content they need during the migration. Hybrid deployments, including on-premises deployments of products including SharePoint and SQL Server, are also supported.
Overall, CASAHL DART makes it possible to get more value from Office 365, by using a highly automated and market-proven solution for discovery and migration. Contact us to get more information about how CASAHL can help to accelerate your Office 365 deployment. For additional details on CASAHL’s offerings for Office 365, please see: