BitTitan adds enterprise-grade coexistence capabilities specific to Office 365

BitTitan, the developer of MigrationWiz and provider of managed services automation solutions, is adding new, enterprise-grade coexistence features specific to Office 365 tenant migrations.

With the addition of coexistence for tenant migration scenarios, MigrationWiz now affords managed solution providers and internal IT teams greater flexibility in the execution of long-term tenant migrations while minimizing the impact of this transition for end users.

Migrations between Office 365 tenants are common during an acquisition or divestiture where a business or individual units are being combined or separated.

Office 365 tenant migrations are one of BitTan’s most frequently supported projects, and the company wanted to focus its investments and energy into a MigrationWiz scenario that would drive the greatest value for its partners, said Mark Kirstein, vice president of products, BitTitan.

The coexistence offering consists of the following elements:

  • Mail-flow: Also known as mail-routing or email coexistence, this ensures mail is delivered correctly to a user who exists in two or more different messaging systems.
  • Free/busy: This feature offers the availability status of individuals within an organization at specific times. The user-status data indicates the time periods when a user is free, busy, tentative or out-of-office.
  • Orchestration engine: This is an adaptation to the familiar MigrationWiz UI that lets IT service providers automate the implementation of the coexistence migration.

Coexistence is available at no extra cost as part of BitTitan’s User Migration Bundle, a single license to migrate a user’s mailbox, document storage and personal archives between Office 365 tenants. This bundle also includes DeploymentPro, an automated tool to help IT remotely configure end user Outlook profiles post-migration.

For more information about this news, visit www.bittitan.com.

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