The following are frequently asked questions about the SharePoint 2016 migration. As the project progresses, we will add more FAQs.
That is correct. As were preparing for the technical migration, we encountered a major technical roadblock. Without getting into details, it is an issue of how we share directory information with Microsoft Office 365 (O365) in the cloud.
No, not yet. Instead, we are going to implement an alternative. Our IT friends at UMSL are now in the process of implementing SharePoint 2016 on campus. (Note: we use SharePoint 2010.) Using high-speed Internet links, they will host our site collections there.
We expect the migration to begin in early 2019. We are working on the project plan now to firm up dates.
You probably did a lot already. See the Pre-migration of Site Collection information here. In general, you need to clean old content consistent with University of Missouri records retention policies. Alternatively, you might consider using a different collaboration platform, like Box, and avoid migrating at all.
Yes. UM System’s MyLearn and other libraries across the state offer on-line courses, and in the case of MyLearn, books. (Note: Daniel Boone Library requires a library card.) Details below:
Daniel Boone Regional Library (Lynda.com):
If you have customized your site using SharePoint Designer or other development tools, contact Terry Robb at RobbTL@missouri.edu or Lisa Elliott at ElliottLis@missouri.edu to set up a consultation. You will need to test these before migration.
Yes. UMSL will calculate a new rate as part of the project.