March 20th 5:30pm
Topic: You forgot the custom solutions (and other migration considerations)
Location: 8 City Blvd., Suite 403, Nashville, TN 37209 – MAP
Speaker: Nick Brattoli
Cost: FREE (free food too!)
In this session, Nick Brattoli talks about SharePoint and Office 365 migrations, including things like:
- Situations where SharePoint or Exchange migrations could be needed
- Things to consider when planning your migration
- Different migration methods (and when to use what)
- How to use the new Microsoft Migration Tool
If you are going through a migration, or are considering it, you’ll want to attend this session.
Be sure to forward this meeting info to your colleagues and friends!
Provisions Group is a Nashville leader in IT consulting and recruiting. Our talent recruitment resources in Nashville are unmatched, and our ability to combine those resources with deep strategy and consulting makes us a remarkably powerful problem-solving machine. But there’s another reason companies choose to work with Provisions: because we value, above anything, our relationships. There’s a common misconception that technology is about hardware and software. Like few others, we know that it’s about people. And that understanding is hard to duplicate. If your company has a strategy or recruiting issue, no problem is too large. No distance is too great. And no challenge is too difficult for Provisions Group to solve. Put the Provisions Group recruiting and consulting engine to work for you.
Nick Brattoli is an Ohio native, Office Servers and Services MVP, MCP, and self-employed Consultant, as well as the Collab365 Community Manager. He’s worked in the IT Field for 15 years, 9 of which have been SharePoint-focused.
Over the years, he’s worked in a variety of industries, such as Healthcare, Finance, Law, and Manufacturing. He currently lives in Birmingham, Alabama, and works in many different fields, doing a wide variety of SharePoint, Office 365, and Azure projects. In his free time, he practices Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, goes on adventures, works on nerdy projects.