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Title: Implementación Tenant O365 en Grupo Planeta De Agostini, S.L.
Author: Sánchez Navarro, José María
Tutor: López Sánchez-Montañés, Joaquín
Abstract: The project consists of a study of the implementation of a Tenant O365 for the company Grupo Planeta De Agostini, S.L. and the migration of the mailboxes from the current environment to the new environment. First, an analysis of the current system has been carried out based on the Exchange Onprem that they have configured where they have analysed with them the business needs they have and what they are looking for/requirements configured in the O365 tenant. Secondly, a consultancy was carried out to guide the company in all the situations that will be implemented to ensure the correct execution of the project and to make them aware of the configuration of the new tenant and how it will be carried out. Where the central point of the project is to configure the new O365 tenant to meet all business needs and to migrate the users' mailboxes from the previous environment to this new environment with as little disruption as possible. Finally, the timelines for implementation are presented in case the study is approved and a cost estimate is provided. As a conclusion, it shows the need to implement the project in order to provide employees with the right tools to have a better production in their day-to-day work.
Keywords: exchange
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/bachelorThesis
Issue Date: Jun-2023
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