Migrate from Microsoft Office 365 to G Suite Account
MS Office 365 and G Suite are the two main cloud-based business productivity suites. It is very challenging for the user to select the one for the organization. It’s because both of them offer pretty much the same productivity features and collaboration tools. However, apart from this, many users migrate from Office 365 to G Suite. There are several reasons behind this migration. In the next section, we have covered some of them. So, let us go through it.
Reasons to Move from Office 365 to G Suite
- One organization is collaborating with another organization that is using G Suite
- Employee is leaving the organization and he/she wants his data to be migrated
- G Suite is best for small businesses and for those who collaborate on in-house document creation
- G Suite provides better scalability, compatibility, and integrity
- It provides better integrity as compared to G Suite
Along with these root causes, there are many other reasons also due to which people migrate Office 365 mailboxes to G Suite.
Not, let us go through the solution to carry out the migration.
Best Method to Migrate from Office 365 to G Suite
SysTools Migrator Tool allows users to move Office 365 mailboxes to G Suite account. With this software, a user can migrate emails, contacts, calendars, and documents. The tool provides the feature to move single or multiple Microsoft 365 users to G Suite. It provides various filter options for the migration of selective users’ data.
The software supports migrating document permissions & gives the option for user group mapping. It generates the real-time progress status of the import task. Also, the concurrent migration feature sets the maximum number of users migrating concurrently per project.
It gives the date filter to migrate users’ data of a particular date range. After the completion of the migration process, the software generates the summary & detailed report.
Before initiating the process to migrate from Office 365 to G suite, the user should follow these application pre-requisites:
- Minimum Microsoft .NET Framework 4.6
- Destination users should be already created at the G Suite destination Admin account.
Pre-requisites for Office 365 as source
- Create Console Project in Office 365
- Make sure to enter Application Id
Pre-requisites for G Suite as the destination
- Create Google Console Project & Add Scope to validate the G Suite admin account
- Enter Service Account Client ID & P12 Keypath of Google Console Project.
Also Read: How to migrate Google docs to Office 365
Step by Step Process of Office 365 to G Suite Migration
1- Launch the software and choose Office 365 as the source and G Suite as the destination
2- From the Workload selection choose any mailbox items i.e. emails, contacts, calendars, and documents
3- Enter the Office admin credentials and click on the Validate button
4- Enter the G Suite admin credentials, service account id, and p12 path
5- After fetching the users click on the Start Migration button to initiate the process
Migrating from one cloud platform i.e. Office 365 to another i.e. G Suite is now no more difficult for the users. Because in this blog we have described one such prominent solution that can efficiently migrate from Office 365 to G Suite. Here, we have also covered several reasons due to which people perform Microsoft 365 to G Suite migration. So, if any user wants to carry out this migration task in a short period can use this application.
Frequently Asked Questions
1- Is it possible to prevent the migration of already transferred items while doing the same Office 365 migration again?
Yes, with the delta migration feature of the tool users can move newly or modified data while doing the same migration process again.
2- How can I know the migration process was completed successfully by the tool?
Once the software completes the process to migrate from Office 365 to G Suite, it generates two reports. One is the summary report and the other one is a detailed report. In the summary report, the success and failed data are given.