Migrators for SharePoint Migration by AvePoint
Demand for migration to Microsoft SharePoint 2013 and 2010 continues to grow as the platform rapidly becomes the standard for organizations seeking a centralized knowledge repository and collaborative workspace. Minimize the time and effort required to migrate enterprise-wide content to SharePoint by utilizing DocAve's seamless, fully mapped transfer of content from more than 14 legacy systems to SharePoint 2013 or 2010 – on premises or Online editions. DocAve’s complete SharePoint migration solution includes DocAve Migrators, as well as DocAve Content Manager for restructuring content on the fly within or across SharePoint Online and on premises sites.
SharePoint migration projects are usually defined by business disruption and end-user confusion. With DocAve, this is no longer the case.
- Enable SharePoint administrators to easily automate the process of consolidating multiple content sources into SharePoint
- Maximize return on investment for content residing in legacy repositories
- Granularly migrate content down to individual SharePoint items in real time or through dynamic scheduling
- Retain all associated metadata and permissions throughout the migration process
Average user rating from: 2 user(s)
Last updated: April 22, 2013
Newer version is better then tested 2 years ago
We tried AvePoint sharepoint migrator when last time we were migrating to SharePoint 2007 and my colleague didn't like it. We went with Metalogix instead. But this time I tried it again for 2010 migration and it seemed to work much better, interface has been updated and the process went much smoother. We are likely to use it again for 2013 but not for another 2 years.
migrated 7 wss 2 sites to wss 3.
I had to create the sites in Central Administration, then select them in the explorer-ish interface to migrate. There were good options to change domain names, and remove dead accounts.
My sites were small, but not all content was migrated. often had to do it several times.
turns out the Move, is just a copy, and move and delete old site, is just a copy and doesnt delete much. (Thank god.) If it had deleted what it didnt bother to copy over would have been a real problem.