Migrating from Office 365 to Office 365—especially when you want to keep the domain name—can be seen as a daunting task. When you use the right strategy and use a tool with functionality designed to support a tenant to tenant scenario, it is achievable, and without the headaches that can otherwise come with it.
Why do people want to migrate between Office 365 tenants, when the new environment has the same functionality and features as the source environment? The answer is simple: business requirements. Popular scenarios include:
- Mergers and Acquisitions. E.g. both companies have Office 365 and want to consolidate onto one tenant.
- Divestitures. E.g. a division of a company becomes a separate entity and needs its own tenant.
- Tenant Rename. You weren’t always able to rename your tenant. Where in the early days of Office 365 it was not a problem due to the use of vanity domains, the inability of SharePoint Online to support a vanity domain made a lot of companies decide to migrate onto a more desirable tenant.
- Change of data center. Office 365 is now hosted in data centers all over the world. You might have spun up an Office 365 tenant in the US while you actually needed it in Europe.
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