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Data Migration? A walk in the park after a long bus ride!

Over the years Sullexis has prided itself on the successful delivery of many data migration projects. With our teams’ experience, our methodology and supporting tools we are confident that we have the capability to deliver. Having said that, the biggest critical success factor on a data migration project is always our client’s business team engagement and support of the migration (a fact backed up by Phillip Howard’s paper for Bloor Research – Data Migration. At…

Tim Morgan

Advice from SPTechCon: Move to the Cloud and No Cat Pictures

Last month, the SPTechCon was held for the first time in Austin, Texas. It was a particularly timely conference, in that the user community had a lot of questions about where SharePoint and Office 365 are heading. The conference presented an opportunity to listen to a number of interesting and valuable presentations from thought leaders in the SharePoint community. Arpen Shaw, the Senior Director of Technical Product Management for Microsoft office 365, presented the Keynote…

Randy Riggs

To build a MEL, you need a Private Detective

Over the past six months we have been working with the reliability and maintenance organization within a large oil and gas client to build out their Master Equipment List (MEL). Like many asset-intensive organizations, they have implemented an Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) tool to give them visibility and control over their capital equipment to optimize their maintenance strategies, reduce operating costs, and better manage their workforce and spare parts inventories. The challenge is that the…

Angela Holmes