What does it mean to migrate from SharePoint to Office 365?


The landscape has changed, now migrating is more than a lift and shift. Have you considered your architecture with Office 365 Groups and Microsoft's new mindset for collaboration? What about your customizations and all that hard work you've put into your current SharePoint deployment? This webinar will help you demystify that with two Microsoft MVPs focused on just that.

Join Benjamin Niaulin from Sharegate and Erwin van Hunen from Rencore as they dive into today's issues and how to prepare and plan for your upcoming SharePoint migration to Office 365.

In this webinar:

  • learn what to take into consideration before migrating

  • get educated in best practices for your migration project

  • find out about tools that will help you save time and money


Erwin van Hunen

Image Erwin van Hunen
Chief Technology Office at Rencore, Microsoft Certified Master, Microsoft Certified Solutions Master and SharePoint MVP. Erwin is a core member of the Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices team (https://pnp.github.io/) helping developers worldwide with code samples, scenarios, solutions, and guidance to successfully implement customizations for Office 365. Erwin speaks regularly at SharePoint conferences around the world and is one of the organizers of SharePoint Saturday Stockholm, the largest SharePoint-focused conference in Scandinavia.

Benjamin Niaulin

Benjamin Niaulin is an Office Servers and Services MVP and Microsoft Regional Director, recognized as one of the Top SharePoint and Office 365 influencers. Being a Microsoft Certified Trainer since 2008 has allowed him to become proficient in simplifying complex technologies, making him an expert in SharePoint & Office 365 vulgarization. He's even gone as far as co-authoring a book on Responsive Design for SharePoint. Thanks to his expertise and passion in the field, he can easily talk to you for hours and still find something new to say! This has allowed him to speak at over 200 conferences around the world.