Webinar Series

Solving Challenges to Retire Domino and Migrate Domino Applications

Moving away from Domino often starts with migrating mailboxes from Notes. But how do you get to the point where you can fully retire your Domino licenses and servers?

If you are ready to start cutting the costs of maintaining Domino servers, applications and licenses, this webinar will cover how you can get started on your Domino Application transformation with Binary Tree. We work with you in a partnership to make the best business and application decisions for your organization, ultimately leading to your complete migration away from Domino.

Join Binary Tree’s Product Marketing Manager, Adam Stewart, to learn how to complete your Application transformation journey, from planning to content migration – resulting in the total migration to your new, modern environment.
  • In this presentation, our expert will:

    + Describe the benefits, and challenges, of Domino Retirement
    + Provide our roadmap for completing Application Transformation

    + Close with a case study and a Q&A session for our most commonly asked questions


About Binary Tree

Binary Tree is a Microsoft Gold Partner for messaging, cloud productivity and application development and is dedicated to and focused on enterprise transformations to Microsoft platforms. Since 1993, Binary Tree has transformed more than 8,000 global clients and 42 million users, including 7.5 million users to Office 365. The company is a globally preferred vendor for Office 365. Its headquarters is located outside of New York City with global offices in France, Germany, Singapore, Sweden and the U.K. Its award-winning software and services help companies modernize email, directories and applications by moving and integrating them to the Microsoft cloud. The company’s business-first approach helps plan, move and manage the transformation process from end to end so that clients can stay focused on their core businesses. Binary Tree’s experts deliver low-risk, successful IT transformations. Visit www.binarytree.com for more information.