Mover migration now available worldwideFebruary 24, 2020
Microsoft focuses on providing a seamless move to Microsoft 365 with as much expertise and tooling we and our ecosystem can offer – across the globe. Our goal is to help our customers move to the cloud with confidence.
Today, we’re pleased to announce Mover is now available to Microsoft 365 customers worldwide. Since Microsoft announced the acquisition of Mover, our migration specialists have been working hard to bring the migration service, including admin-led and self-service offerings, to more customers as demand to move content to the cloud continues to grow.
Mover helps make it easier than ever for customers to migrate files to Microsoft 365 – for free. Start your cloud migrations today.
Mover supports migration from over a dozen cloud service providers – including Box, Dropbox, Egnyte, and Google Drive – into OneDrive and SharePoint, enabling seamless file collaboration across Microsoft 365 apps and services, including the Office apps and Microsoft Teams. The Mover team also brings deep expertise and migration technology, which advances Microsoft’s commitment to providing organizations of all sizes with the right tools, people and partners to successfully migrate to the Microsoft Cloud.
Note: Mover does not yet support migration to Office 365 government clouds (GCC, GCC-High or DoD).
Mover brings many new cloud migration scenarios alongside our existing SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT) for migrating content from on-premises SharePoint sites and file shares to Microsoft 365, FastTrack planning and onboarding, and a strong migration partner ecosystem – collectively the broadest set of offerings to assist your migration into Microsoft 365.
Related Mover and migration resources:
[“Move with Mover migration” – The Intrazone podcast episode in discussion with Microsoft Mover and migration team members, Eric Warnke and Hani Loza]
Our goal is to empower you and every person on your team to achieve, and move, more. Let us know what you need next. We are always open to feedback via UserVoice and continued dialog in the SharePoint community within the Microsoft Tech Community —and we always have an eye on tweets to @SharePoint. Let us know.
Thanks, Mark Kashman, senior product manager (SharePoint/Microsoft)