AvePoint Accelerates Migration to Microsoft SharePoint from Lotus Notes

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Flexible, full-fidelity migration with DocAve Lotus Notes Migrator.

As the global leader in software for SharePoint infrastructure management solutions, AvePoint has once again stepped up to the challenge, with the introduction DocAve Lotus Notes Migrator, which will help ease the transition from Lotus Notes to Microsoft SharePoint.

AvePoint, the leading provider of integrated SharePoint infrastructure management software solutions, today introduced DocAve Lotus Notes Migrator, a new module within AvePoint's suite of migration solutions to facilitate the transfer of business-critical content from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) v3. This allows SharePoint administrators to easily automate the process of consolidating multiple content sources onto SharePoint, while maximizing the return on investment in existing content currently residing in Lotus Notes.

"Microsoft SharePoint, with its breadth of capabilities, has quickly become the frontrunner for enterprise-wide collaboration and document management solutions. The transition to SharePoint, however, requires careful consideration for many organizations' existing content that currently resides in Lotus Notes," said Dr. Tianyi Jiang, Chief Operating Officer of AvePoint. "As the global leader in software for SharePoint infrastructure management solutions, AvePoint has once again stepped up to the challenge, with the introduction DocAve Lotus Notes Migrator, which will help ease the transition from Lotus Notes to Microsoft SharePoint."

With DocAve Lotus Notes Migrator, administrators can easily perform seamless, full-fidelity content migration to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services version 3. It supports selective migrations and allows for the co-existence of multiple platforms as businesses move content incrementally into SharePoint.

Benefits of DocAve Lotus Notes Migrator include:

  • Effectively migrate mission-critical content from Lotus Notes to Microsoft SharePoint

DocAve Lotus Notes Migrator provides a reliable and automated approach to consolidate collaborative assets from Lotus Notes to SharePoint document libraries and lists. This reduces content sprawl and centralizes organization-wide content onto a single SharePoint infrastructure, lowering operational costs and improving IT productivity.

  • Ensure consistent service levels before and after migration

Optimized mapping and support for full-fidelity ensures that everything is kept in sync, including users and security permissions, and key metadata, so knowledge workers can continue to use their online assets with confidence and without interruption.

  • Flexible deployment and scheduling

Migrate entire Notes databases in bulk, or select a single document library or single list item. Granular content migration and flexible job scheduling allows administrators to plan migration jobs according to business needs and other organizational timetables.

DocAve Migration Solutions empower IT Administrators to effectively consolidate content from multiple legacy sources onto Microsoft SharePoint. DocAve's innovative and reliable data transfer is unique in its ability to granularly migrate content down to individual items while retaining all of its associated metadata. DocAve Migration Solutions currently include:

  • SharePoint Migrator supporting migration from Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 / Windows SharePoint Services v2 into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services v3 (Granular on demand migration solution from SPS 2001 / WSS V1 to MOSS 2007 and WSS V3 is also available)
  • Exchange Public Folder Migrator supporting selective and incremental migration from Microsoft Exchange Public Folders into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services v3
  • File System Migrator supporting migration from File Systems or Networked File Shares into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services v3
  • eRoom Migrator supporting migration from Documentum eRoom into Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Windows SharePoint Services v3

Effective management of consolidation of mission-critical content is vital to a successful SharePoint implementation. Without dependable solutions to migrate content onto SharePoint, organizations risk interrupting their business operations, resulting in lost productivity and poor user adoption. DocAve Lotus Notes Migrator meets this demand by providing a robust and simple-to-use solution that helps to ensure a successful SharePoint deployment.

DocAve Lotus Notes Migrator will be available for purchase through AvePoint's global Sales network. Visit http://www.avepoint.com/about-us/contact-us/ for contact information.

About AvePoint
Since 2001, AvePoint has been a global leader in enterprise-strength infrastructure management software solutions for all Microsoft SharePoint Products and Technologies. Propelled by one of the world's largest SharePoint-exclusive development teams outside of Microsoft, AvePoint's award-winning DocAve software delivers comprehensive and flexible infrastructure support for backup and recovery, replication, migration, administration, archiving and compliance solutions for Microsoft SharePoint.

AvePoint's globally recognized pioneering technology pilots the products of OEM partners such as NetApp and IBM. Headquartered in Jersey City, NJ, AvePoint serves over 3,000 enterprise customers, including many Fortune-500 companies, across 6 continents, via offices in Jersey City, San Jose, Chicago, and Washington D.C., USA; London, UK; Melbourne, Australia; Tokyo, Japan; and Changchun, Dalian, China. AvePoint is a Managed Gold Certified Microsoft Partner and GSA Certified Provider.

All product and company names herein are trademarks of their respective owners. For more information please contact: Inna Gordin, AvePoint, 1-800-661-6588, inna.gordin(at)avepoint.com.

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