Metadata Migration for Businesses Switching to Microsoft 365
Metadata (timestamps) is undoubtedly one of the most crucial features to migrate for businesses planning to move to Microsoft 365.
In a cloud data migration context, metadata migration is the migration of file and folder timestamps.
Similar to sharing permissions, versions, embedded links, shared links, and external shares, timestamps play a key role in helping businesses retain the user collaboration structure in the destination environment (Microsoft 365) after the migration.
Metadata Migration to Microsoft 365 With CloudFuze
CloudFuze migrates ‘modified’ and ‘migrated’ file and folder timestamps to Microsoft 365, which helps businesses keep track of the original file/folder modification date as well as be informed of the migrated date.
Businesses can choose to migrate timestamps to Microsoft 365 using CloudFuze along with other features, including root folder and file permissions, inner folder and file permissions, all or selective file versions, embedded links, shared links, and external shares.
Multiple Metadata Migration Options for Businesses of All Sizes
Businesses looking forward to preserving timestamps when moving to Microsoft 365 can have the modified and migrated timestamps transferred to OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online.
However, businesses that do not want to preserve timestamps in the destination will simply be able to access migrated timestamps in files and folders.
CloudFuze preserves the original modified and the latest migrated timestamps in one-time as well as delta migration. Contact our business migration team to learn more about metadata migration and other core aspects of business migration.
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