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Speaking at SharePoint Saturday Cambridge 2017 #SPSCambridge #spsevents

In few weeks, I will be delivering a session at the 3rd SharePoint Saturday Cambridge event (joining with the sister event SQLSaturday Cambridge) at the Moller Centre at Churchill College in Cambridge on 9th September 2017. You can register and attend for FREE!


This will be my first time at this event contributing and catching up with SharePoint enthusiasts and training along the way by attending other sessions! I want to thank the organisers (in particular, Mark Broadbent) and sponsors for bringing this event and the volunteers – well done folks! There are 4 session tracks (Business, End User, Developer, IT Pro) with over 25 sessions!!



My session topic is:
Ensuring Successful Office 365 Tenant to Tenant Migration
Time: 1:45 – 2:45pm in Langdale

Level: 100
Track: IT Pro, End-User, Business

This session will take you on a journey of real world scenario of Office 365 tenant to tenant content migration encompassing SharePoint Online site collections, Office 365 Groups, OneDrive For Business and Office 365 Video with aggressive timeline and deadline for a global retail organisation.
We will cover:
– Examining the pitfalls of migrating to a new Office 365 tenant
– Introducing new standards for consistent structure
– Phases of project and how they determined what each phase would involve
– Highlighting technical difficulties encountered and how they were overcome

For those who have never visited SharePoint Saturday event before, SharePoint Saturday Events ( are FREE one-day events held in different cities around the world, featuring sessions from influential and respected SharePoint professionals for End Users, Power Users, Project Managers, Business Analysts and many more. I hope to see you on 9th September!

To keep up with the latest event updates and developments you can follow on Twitter at #SPSCambridge and @spsatcambs
See you there!

Chirag @techChirag

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