NEWARK, New Jersey, May 28 /PRNewswire/ --
- Migration Factory Process Borne Out of Proven Experience of Migrating Many of the World's Largest Corporations
Binary Tree announced today the application for a patent for its 'Migration Factory' process which enables large organizations to migrate up to 10,000 users a week from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange. This patent-pending process utilizes Binary Tree's award-winning CMT for Exchange software and a field-proven migration methodology to migrate over 10 terabytes of messaging data and up to 10,000 users a week from geographically dispersed locations.
Our Migration Factory process is currently powering a migration from Notes to Exchange for a large multi-national financial services corporation, stated Henry Bestritsky, Co-CEO of Binary Tree. This process is helping them to migrate over 290 terabytes of data and over 200,000 users located in 60 different countries.
The Migration Factory process makes use of an assembly line methodology with seven primary components or phases that include pre-processing, staging, provisioning, migrations, archiving, remediation and support. Six of the seven phases are strategically organized into daily and workweek schedules to ensure that the process is optimized for performance, manageability and repeatability.
The Migration Factory process relies on three key technology components of Binary Tree's CMT for Exchange software (formerly known as CMT Universal) to achieve the aforementioned optimization objectives. A powerful enterprise migration management (EMM) interface allows easy selection of thousands of users for migration and simplifies execution of numerous pre-migration tasks instrumental in preparation for a large-scale migration. The ability to employ a combination of type, age, and size filters reduces migration data to a more manageable subset. And an automated workload distribution (AWD) mechanism ensures that a virtually unlimited number of parallel migrations can take place simultaneously with minimal administration effort.
The combination of these unique features with unparalleled data migration fidelity and throughput, make CMT for Exchange the only migration product capable of supporting such an ambitious goal as migration of 10,000 users in a week. Once the necessary migration infrastructure is established, the process can be repeated over and over again, dramatically reducing the overall migration time and cost.
For detailed information on the patent-pending 'Migration Factory' process, download the white paper How to Migrate 10,000 Users a Week from Lotus Notes to Microsoft Exchange at http://factory.binarytree.com.
ABOUT BINARY TREE
Binary Tree is the leading provider of cross-platform messaging migration and coexistence software. Since 1993, Binary Tree and its business partners have helped over 4,000 customers around the world to migrate more than 15,000,000 users. Binary Tree's CMT suite of software products provides for the analysis of, and the coexistence and migration between, enterprise messaging and collaboration environments based on Google Apps, IBM Lotus Notes and Domino, and Microsoft Exchange and SharePoint. Binary Tree is represented by business partners worldwide who provide specialized services and a proven methodology for guiding customers through complex transitions. Binary Tree is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner, IBM Premier Business Partner and a Google Enterprise Partner. Binary Tree is headquartered in the New York metropolitan area with representation and business partners worldwide. For more information, please visit us online at www.binarytree.com.
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