Migration To SharePoint, OneDrive, And Microsoft Teams In Microsoft 365, Free And Easy

Regardless of your organization's size, data scale or information complexity, you can migrate documents and sites into SharePoint in Office 365 successfully. Come learn about new capabilities available in the SharePoint Migration Tool (aka.ms/SPMT) in addition to performance and reliability investments to best assess, plan and implement your migration. Learn how to migrate file shares, doc libraries, and SharePoint Server 2013 sites and more using the SharePoint Migration Tool and new capabilities to simplify large file share migrations through SharePoint Admin Center.

Speaker information:

Hani Loza

Principal PM Manager

Results-oriented Program\Product Manager with a proven track record of strategic planning, designing, executing and delivering high quality software and services for 24+ years. Experienced seasoned manager growing healthy team members at all levels for 16+ years. Proven communicator with strong skills partnering with engineering, partners and customers.

Eric Warnke

Principle Program Manager

Eric started his career as one of the first employees at the Edmonton-based social networking startup, Nexopia.com (which Facebook later squashed!). At Nexopia he gathered great experience with social networking, online advertisement, business administration, and advertising sales development. Using his talents to attract and build a team, combined with some design, sales, and programming experience, Eric started and built Mover into the best way in the world to migrate content into cloud storage. Now Mover is part of Microsoft and Eric spends his days not only improving migrations for Office 365, but adding value anywhere he can. Talking to other entrepreneurs and figuring out business models is a joy for Eric. Getting down and dirty with product is also something he is very passionate about. While his family always comes first, he is eager to learn more about business and startups and hopes he can create and help companies for the rest of his career. Eric harbours a lifelong love of computers, video games, and all things technology.