Proven Practices for Upgrading or Migrating to Microsoft® SharePoint® 2013
This document outlines options, strategies, and available solutions for either upgrading or migrating to SharePoint 2013.
Seamlessly present, access, and manage documents and media content spread across your file systems directly within SharePoint.
Provide end users with access to all enterprise digital assets by seamlessly presenting file share content in SharePoint
Avoid disruptive migration projects and reduce the amount of data stored on SQL Server databases to trim costs
Use SharePoint’s powerful document management features on all enterprise content distributed in other storage devices
Display large files, rich media, and file types blocked by SharePoint as links, and let users view and download there
Connect content distributed in legacy systems to SharePoint via Microsoft’s external binary large object (BLOB) storage
Associate file share data with any of SharePoint’s native permissions as well as standard and customized metadata fields
Allow end users with proper permissions to synchronize an entire library or a single file from the SharePoint interface
Easily track and locate connected libraries using a centralized management console and dashboard for quick insight
Fully integrate with DocAve storage optimization products to clean, archive, and tier legacy data storage systems