Building on its legacy of migration leadership, Quest Software (News - Alert), Inc. has introduced the new Quest OnDemand Migration for Email, which simplifies the migration to email hosting solutions Microsoft (News - Alert) Office 365 and hosted Exchange.
This user-friendly, cloud-based migration solution is built upon Microsoft's Azure platform and is considered ideal for both organizations and managed service providers looking to transition their customers to a hosted platform.
Available for $10 per migrated mailbox from the Quest OnDemand Portal, OnDemand Migration for Email delivers a stress-free migration, as well as capabilities that allow organizations to take full advantage of the functionality, convenience and cost savings presented by the cloud.
Quest Software’s fourteen years of experience migrating more than 30 million mailboxes and users, combined with an innovative and expanding solution suite, a team of world-class experts, and proven methodologies have made it the trusted migration advisor and industry leader.
In a press release, Kevin Allison, general manager for Exchange, Microsoft, said, "As a worldwide preferred partner, Quest Software provides migration expertise that empowers organizations of all sizes to move to new application platforms and operating systems while reducing risk, lowering IT costs and increasing productivity. Quest's implementation experience and robust set of Windows Server Management solutions help accelerate successful migrations for our customers."
Steve Dickson, senior vice president and general manager, Windows Server Management, Quest Software added, “Upgrading to Office 365 or hosted Exchange can realize significant financial benefits for an organization, including a reduction in IT expense, enhanced infrastructure reliability, and simplified systems management. As more and more IT executives recognize these benefits, and cloud migration becomes a higher priority for their organizations, they can continue to turn to Quest and our market-leading solutions to simplify and streamline the migration process.”
Edited by Jamie Epstein