We are delighted to announce that CloudMigrator Go has increased its user limit! The SaaS version of our world’s market-leading migration tool will now support migrations of up to 2500 users, increasing from 500 users.
CloudMigrator Go is designed to simplify your migration with no environment set up, and little technical knowledge required. By utilizing scalable cloud infrastructure, you can easily and securely migrate from any enterprise source in no time.
Since its initial launch a little over a year ago, CloudMigrator Go has migrated over 35,000 users, emails, files, calendar, contacts and more to both Office 365 and Google G Suite. Increasing the user limit will allow our partners and customers to manage more and more successful migrations online in just five simple steps by using the easy-to-use tool.
Our Product Director at CloudM, Gary Bennion, explains how increasing to 2500 users will allow customers and partners to take on more migration projects to the cloud: “The expansion of CloudMigrator Go to support up to 2500 users is a really exciting time for us here at CloudM.
Our customers and partners have really embraced CloudMigrator Go since its launch last year, and going forward they will now have the option to use it for larger mid-market deals.
Gary continues; The combination of CloudMigrator and CloudMigrator Go now makes us a unique proposition in the data migration market, with flexible deployment options to suit everyone's needs.”
Using our pre-migration scan will allow you to scan your data across different source systems, and then easily determine their migration scope and sources before starting their project at high-speed
CloudMigrator Go continues to be the the ideal solution for less complex migrations, whilst CloudMigrator is ideal for large, complex migrations. However, you’ll now have the flexibility to use CloudMigrator Go in many more migration scenarios.
For more information and pricing on the CloudMigrator Go tool, please click here or speak to our cloud team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
5th June 2014
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