Microsoft 365 Migration Solutions

UBTECH specializes in carrying out a host of migrations to the Microsoft 365 environment, from cloud to cloud, and from local environment to the cloud.
Migration is carried out by a team of experts with vast experience in conducting complex migration processes in a range of environments, coming up with creative solutions to preserve the structure of information and the permissions array.
Tailoring migration processes to the client’s needs, hardening access to information and implementing mechanisms to monitor, control, and protect information.

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Migration Services

The process of merging and splitting IT systems is highly complex; it requires skill in integrating two or more environments and building an infrastructure for migrating users and their private information (mailboxes, files).

Merging and splitting infrastructure

UBTECH specializes in setting up Microsoft 365-based work environments as well as merging and splitting Microsoft-based IT infrastructure (merging and splitting companies):
Merging and splitting Active Directory infrastructure.
Merging and splitting On-Premise Exchange infrastructure.
Merging and splitting Microsoft 365 infrastructure – Exchange Online, SharePoint Online. OneDrive for Business, Teams. (T2T Migration)
Migration from different cloud services: Google Workplace, Dropbox, Box to Microsoft 365.
Design and migration from organizational file servers to SharePoint Online / OneDrive for Business.
Migration from Slack to Microsoft Teams.

Migration Tool Marketing

UBTECH is an official AvePoint partner, marketing Fly Migration – today’s leading migration tool which allows to conduct migration conveniently and reliably.

Tech Articles & Client Reviews


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So we’ve all been there, we’ve setup a new Azure environment based on Windows Server and started configuring everything: Backup, Monitor, Log Analytics, Security Center, Updates… Now to be honest configuring each of these services separately is a bit of a pain and also requires onboarding of each VM to each service. Just to make […] Read More


Since the Covid-19 outbreak there has been increased use of both Office 365 services (prticullary temas) and ofcourse cusotmer use of Azure. This has lead to certain regions having capacity issues. I have personally experienced this in both Europe and US regions over the last few months. Today, officials said Microsoft datacenter employees have been […] Read More


Let’s take a trip down memory lane. Azure originally had two managed database options: Then a few years ago Microsoft did the deed and started adding Opensource DB’s as fully managed PaaS offerings. This initially included MYSQL and PostgreSQL and later they added both MariaDB and Apache Cassandra. Now after a year in preview Azure […] Read More