Leading archive migrator and custom book publisher for “the geek audience” publish “Conversational Archive Migrations to Office 365”
15th July 2016 – Clevedon, UK – TransVault, the leading developer of email archive migration solutions, today announced it has teamed up with custom book publisher, Conversational Geek, to author a vitally important educational resource aimed at any organization considering an email archive migration to Microsoft Office 365. The book, containing fun graphics as well as serious considerations for organizations, was launched at Microsoft WPC in Toronto, and featured prominently in TransVault’s activities at booth #428. Passersby were even be able to win copies of the book by spinning TransVault’s prize wheel!
“The move to Office 365 is a challenge nearly every organization is either considering, planning, or working through today,” said Nick Cavalancia, CEO of Conversational Geek. “Archives play a critical part of the historical record of those same companies, so we’re excited to be able to educate IT organizations on the importance of, and how to plan for, migrating archives to Office 365,” he concluded.
Authored by Nathan O’Bryan, Microsoft MVP and MCSM, with forward by J. Peter Bruzzese, Microsoft MVP, the book focuses on three key learning points; how to migrate existing email archives to Office 365, compliance impacts during or after migration and how to use Office 365 email archiving efficiently.
“Having moved the email records of more than 1200 enterprises since TransVault’s inception in 2006, we’ve been ‘conversational’ in email archive migrations for a decade now,” commented Steve Dagless, Director of Product Management for TransVault. “However, the benefits the Cloud has to offer, and in particular, Office 365, are somewhat newer topics and there is still a lot of education to be done to set peoples’ minds at rest over the migration process. The team at Conversational Geek are experts in translating complex, technical topics into material that’s easy and fun to consume – and that actually mirrors TransVault’s approach to archive migrations too. We turn something complex and time consuming into something that’s fast and easy to achieve. I really enjoyed contributing to this fantastic book. Collaborating with Nick Cavalancia, Nathan O’Bryan and Peter Bruzzese was a great experience. I sincerely hope that organizations will get huge benefit from reading it before they migrate their email archives to Office 365,” said Dagless.
Get your copy of the book at http://conversationalgeek.com/books/conversational-archive-migrations-to-office-365
Since 2006 TransVault has led the market with its highly specialized archive migration solutions for the enterprise. When businesses encounter technological change brought on by a merger or acquisition, a planned shift to the Cloud, or the obsolescence of their archive or storage solution—they turn to TransVault to preserve accessibility to their business records. Over 1,100 customers from around the world have relied on the TransVault architecture to protect the integrity of their valuable legacy data whilst ensuring chain-of-custody, faultless eDiscovery and seamless user accessibility—no matter the complexity of the migration, nor the archive stack. TransVault solutions are available through an accredited international network of partners with dedicated Migration Specialists certified on TransVault solutions. TransVault continues to achieve year-over-year growth and has become the preferred archive migration solution for global customers in all verticals, especially those with a heavy dependency on data sanctity and regulatory practices.
About Conversational Geek
Conversational Geek is a custom book publisher dedicated to engaging and educating the “geek” audience with informative books that are fun and never boring, written by today’s most knowledgeable industry experts. Free online editions of books, along with information on sponsoring a book can be found at conversationalgeek.com.
TransVault Media Contact:
Marcella P. Mazzucca
Tel. (908) 601-2333
Conversational Geek Media Contact:
Tel. (954) 367-9003