Now that you have read through the various ways to consider and optimize the performance of Essentials for Office 365, its time to start using it.
Please review the all our documentation to better understand the usage of the software:
Continuing on to the next part takes us to your network, which in most cases can mean your internet connection. If you are migrating to or backing up from Office 365 then all that data is obviously traveling through your internet connection. If you have a maximum download or upload connection through your Internet Service Provider of 10Mbps, then it is not realistic to expect you will have any performance or throughput greater than that number. Time tables and expectations need to be set appropriately based on how much data can be uploaded or downloaded using the internet connection provided.
Because highly optimized migrations and backups can and will consume as much network traffic as they are allowed, it is important to understand what level of impact this may have on your business during normal hours. If you are attempting a migration during peak business hours, there may not be enough bandwidth available to maximize performance or worse it may consume precious little bandwidth available and have a negative impact on your daily business operations. Therefore, time of day as well as network considerations should be taken into account before any operation is started. If you want to take full advantage of your network or internet connection, then scheduling for off peak or after hour is ideal and strongly recommended.
URLs that need to be Unblocked
Connection to Quest/Metalogix license server
Migrating to SharePoint Online
Migrating Nintex Forms and/or workflows to
Location for AutoUpdate
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