Baylor used TransVault Migrator for its archive migration, delivered along with services from one of TransVault’s top North American partners, US-Amplify.
While ensuring the required level of security and confidentiality, including complete chain-of-custody and accurate ownership mapping, TransVault Migrator moved the institution’s email data in record time.
Joseph Whitmore, US-Amplify’s Technical Lead for the project, upgraded TransVault Migrator in-situ during the project to get the benefit of TransVault’s newly released CloudStream ingestion technology. “The performance of the legacy email data transfer to Office 365 had been good before the software upgrade, but with this this new version of TransVault Migrator, we saw a huge leap forward in terms of throughout”, explained Whitmore.
“The project was now going so fast that, at points, USAmplify was waiting on us for input before it could move to the next phase”, added Crow. As illustration of this, the project was running at 3 million messages per week – after the CloudStream upgrade, this improved to 13 million messages per week.”
The two teams were extremely complimentary about their joint project. “Working with such a high caliber IT team at the customer’s site made the whole project flow a lot more easily”, commented Whitmore. In return, Crow said, “We were 110% satisfied with the project delivered by USAmplify, and the team worked well with us throughout the process. Plus, our end users – at worst – experienced two hours loss of access to their archives as they were being migrated, so they were happy too.”