Enterprise content migrations are typically characterised as being:
Enterprise content migration is the process of transferring existing digital data content from one system to another. This could be from an older platform to a new one, from an on-premises storage system to a cloud-based one, or from one cloud-based system to another.
Content migration is an essential step for businesses that are modernizing their IT infrastructure, as well as for those who are merging with another company and need to transfer their data. Content migration can be a complex and time-consuming process, but it is essential for businesses to ensure the security and accessibility of their data content.
Migrate all forms of file, document, digital asset or record from any source to any target.
Usually known as:
- Document management systems (OpenText, Documentum, SharePoint etc)
- Records management systems (IBM Content Manager OnDemand, Aurea Compliance Manager, Veeva Vault etc)
- Digital asset management systems (Adobe Experience Manager Assets, Bynder, NetX etc)
Low in complexity
- Addition and extension of required metadata
- Preservation of retention management properties is essential
- Governance led
High to extremely numbers of physical objects (millions to billions)
High to very high data volumes (10s of Tb to Petabytes)
Leaning toward cloud storage
Total cost of ownership control is vital
T-Systems has delivered data content migration projects for the following systems. The flexible nature of the migration platform enables connectors to be written for any system so in theory there is no restriction on the target system that can be loaded to with the T-Systems tooling.
SharePoint 2003, SharePoint 2007, SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, M365, Teams
WCM, FileNet, Connections (now HCL), Quickr, SmartCloud, Notes, Domino, Content Manager, CM/OD
Day CQ4, CQ5, AEM