Friday, 10 Apr 2020

Binary Tree Showcases Enterprise Solutions for Office 365 at Microsoft Ignite

KENDALL PARK, N.J., Sept. 24, 2017 : Binary Tree, a leader in enterprise digital IT transformation, displays its latest solutions at Booth 839 during Microsoft Ignite, an annual IT professional and developer conference Sept. 25-29, 2017, in Orlando, Florida. Binary Tree is a Gold Sponsor of the Microsoft Ignite conference.

Binary Tree's solution architects from around the globe will be on hand to talk about how to simplify and automate enterprise migrations. Attendees can get a personalized, one-on-one demo of solutions to merge or sync directories and email. A big focus this year is on organizations that are going through a merger or acquisition (M&A), and how best to plan, move and manage Office 365 tenants.

"Our software and services help even the most complex enterprise transformations stay on schedule and on budget, without disruptive downtime," said Ryan Niemann, chief revenue officer for Binary Tree. "This year, we're especially proud to showcase two new solutions. Our Power365 helps you sync and migrate tenants. And our Surround365 complements that by helping you adopt, deploy, and manage the Office 365 platform so you get that faster return on investment."

For more about migrating between tenants of Office 365, join Justin Harris, a Microsoft MVP and Binary Tree product architect, as he presents "Tackling cross-tenant Office 365 integration and migration like a rock star: The 3 things you need to know!" in Theater 5 at 4:05 p.m. on Monday, Sept. 25. This session dives into Power365, a software-as-a-service solution that simplifies migrations to and within the Office 365 cloud, especially critical for successful mergers and acquisitions. Power365 was dubbed one of the 10 hot products at Microsoft Inspire 2017.

Binary Tree is also giving away three cash prizes and daily opportunities to win Oculus virtual reality gear to those who participate in product presentations and demos at the company's booth. Stop by Booth 839 for more details.

(PRN | 3 years ago)