Carve out or consolidate
Whether to carve out or consolidate content migration depends on strategic goals. Carving out involves migrating specific content, often for specialized purposes, while consolidation streamlines content into a unified system. The decision hinges on optimizing data management, ensuring relevance, and aligning with the organization’s overall objectives for seamless and effective content migration.
Content migration for a company divestment involves the transfer of digital content, such as documents, images, and videos, from one company to another. This process is necessary to ensure that the company being divested of its assets maintains control over its intellectual property and data. The content migration process can be complex and time consuming and requires careful planning and coordination to ensure that all content is moved successfully.
The first step in content migration for a company divestment is to identify the content that needs to be transferred. This includes any documents, images, videos, or other digital assets that are owned by the company being divested. Once the content is identified, it must be organized and prepared for the migration process. Depending on the size of the content, this may involve creating a file structure, tagging or categorizing the content, and ensuring that all necessary metadata is captured.
Once the content is organized, the next step is to create a migration plan. This plan should include the target destination for the content, the timeline for the migration, and any special requirements or considerations that need to be taken into account. The migration plan should also include a backup plan in case of any unexpected issues during the migration process.
The final step in content migration for a company divestment is to execute the migration plan. This may involve using a third-party service provider to transfer the content, or it may involve manually transferring the content from one system to another. Once the content is successfully migrated, it is important to verify that all content is transferred correctly, and that the new system is properly configured.
Content migration for a company divestment can be a complex and time-consuming process, but it is essential to ensure that the company’s intellectual property and data remain secure and accessible. By taking the time to plan and execute the migration process correctly, companies can ensure that the transition is successful and that their data is protected.
T-Systems has delivered 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