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BitTitan Expands Microsoft Teams Capabilities in MigrationWiz

BitTitan is expanding its tools and capabilities around tenant-to-tenant migrations of Microsoft Teams.

The move comes as the managed services automation specialist, like the rest of the industry, is seeing booming interest and usage around the Teams component of Microsoft 365.

"Microsoft Teams has become an increasingly essential tool for companies across the globe," BitTitan Founder and CEO Geeman Yip said in a statement about the new migration capabilities on Thursday.

As employees have worked remotely over the last year, BitTitan reports that it has seen a 400 percent increase in Teams migration revenue, a 9,000 percent increase in the amount of data being migrated between tenant-to-tenant instances of Teams and a 770 percent increase in the number of Teams projects being migrated.

New Teams migration capabilities unveiled on Thursday include conversation history, channel structure, files and user permissions for individual teams and channels. BitTitan is also adding support for transitioning private chats and OneNote between Teams instances. For planning purposes, BitTitan has created a Teams Migration Assessment to help MSPs and IT managers define the scope, estimate costs and identify potential challenges of a project.

More features are on the way. "We are enhancing Teams migration capabilities in MigrationWiz on a weekly basis, allowing us to meet evolving customer needs for managing Teams migrations and to ensure a best-in-class Teams migration experience," Yip said. Items on the roadmap include capabilities for Planner, Teams settings, private chat hydration and support for additional sources into Teams, the company said.

Posted by Scott Bekker on February 11, 2021 at 2:17 PM


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