Planning a Microsoft Exchange Migration? Meet Soarsoft Africa and Binary Tree at Microsoft’s TechEd Africa 2011 and Partner Summit, hosted in Durban at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli Convention Centre from 17 to 20 October 2011.
Soarsoft Africa and Binary Tree will be showcasing and demonstrating the E2E Complete Exchange migration solution for Inter Org and cross forest migrations both on premise and to the cloud. Soarsoft Africa recently secured distribution rights for the Binary Tree toolset for the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
“The Binary Tree solution is particularly relevant with many organisations planning Exchange migrations to Exchange 2010 onsite and hosted offerings. With the imminent launch Microsoft’s Office 365 productivity suite in South Africa, we expect Binary Tree tools to be a key enabler for delivering organisations to the cloud,” says George Amoils, director at Soarsoft Africa.
“However, migrating to the cloud offers its fair share of challenges. The BinaryTree toolset is specially designed to meet these challenges, simplifying and accelerating such projects.”
E2E Complete provides unique features for migrating from Exchange 2003/2007 to Exchange 2010 in both intra-organisational and inter-organisational migration projects, and very soon for migrations to Microsoft Office 365 and other Hosted Exchange providers.
E2E Complete creates a migration workflow process that facilitates end-user communication, minimises end-user downtime, and dramatically enhances project management capabilities.
Adds Chris Hathaway, director at Soarsoft Africa, “We have over a decade of messaging and migration experience, and the Binary Tree tool set immediately caught our attention with the slick Silverlight front end and automated built in user management during the migration process.
“A deeper look into the tools revealed an architecture that leverages Power Shell, with no need for unnecessary agents and slow replication processes. We are well prepared for enterprise migration to Microsoft 365 and the other Hosted Service providers, with an extensive toolbox of services for Message Archive, SharePoint and Exchange Co-existence and migration.”