Welcome back to our blog series: Office 365, We’re doing it!…Now what? The first blog of the series focused on Subject Matter Experts and Migration Plans. In this post, we’ll delve into the Communication Plan—its content and cadence. Though this post (like all the posts in this series) may not be technical in nature, nevertheless, the information is still vital to the success of your organization’s journey to Office 365.
Migrating to Office 365? Check out our other valuable resources in our Step by Step Guide to Migrating to Office 365.
When developing a solid communications plan, it’s best to start early to ensure the correct team members are included in the process. Namely, executive-level adoption, technical writers, and anyone from the corporate communications team to review and send the actual communication emails. The actual plans lay out exactly what communications should be sent, in what form, to what users, at what times. Nowadays most communication will be in the form of emails, those can be mass or very targeted, or both. It all depends on the specific situation and your organization.
Your organization will need to send various forms of communication as part of the overall migration. Here are a few suggestions:
Anexinet offers an Office 365 Migration Kickstart that accelerates your migration by equipping you with a readiness assessment, proof of concept, and roadmap. And if you’re looking for something I haven’t mentioned in this post, know that Anexinet has the expertise, knowledge and skilled staff to achieve your goals and ensure your migration is successful. We’d love to help your organization on its journey through Office 365, so please don’t hesitate to reach out to us.
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