BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOUR MOVE TO OFFICE 365, HAVE YOU ASKED YOURSELF THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS?

Does the G Suite Admin Console provide reporting features to help with our migration to Office 365?

No, the reporting features in the G Suite Admin Console fall short of providing any valuable information to help with the migration. For the migration you require a top level view of data and comprehensive insight on each user’s Google Drive data.

How do I move files from Google Drive to OneDrive for all users but preserve the sharing permissions i.e who has access to them?

GAT+ is the only auditing tool available for G Suite that gathers information for all your G Suite users, in particular, what files and folders each user owns and how they are shared. You can then later use this information to re-establish these sharing permissions during the migration otherwise files or folders that were once shared with many users will no longer be shared to those users when you move to OneDrive or SharePoint!

For our migration, do I require any online tools?

Yes, tools like GAT+ to generate the important reports necessary to know what to move and Mover.io to transfer files from Google Drive to OneDrive.

G Suite to Office 365 Migration 1

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REPORTS IN GAT+

  • View and analyze the total number of files and folders of each G Suite users.
  • Create reports for myDrives and Shared Drives files across the organization.
  • View how each file and folder is shared and to who it’s been shared with.
  • View and analyze folder trees and structures.
  • Export the metadata to Google Spreadsheet or CSV
G Suite to Office 365 Migration 2

How to set up audit delegation

– Choose your auditors, a single user, a group of users or an entire Org. Unit of users.
– Give them audit scope over other users, maybe to one user, or multiple users via Google group or Org. Unit.
– Select the auditing time window.

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