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Time to migrate?

Berlin-based startup migrato is at CeBIT in Hannover this year with a solution for automatically migrating email inboxes and websites with no restrictions on volume or bandwidth – on a scale unprecedented on both the German and European markets.

28 Feb. 2016
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Hardly a single day goes by without news of stolen or destroyed data causing problems somewhere in the world. And if the prospect of wiretapping and data scandals makes individuals uneasy, the threat for companies seems to be getting even larger and riskier by the day. European companies in particular are increasingly keen to know that their essential data is stored at secure locations. However, manually migrating everything to a secure server can be extremely costly. Berlin-based startup migrato GmbH has created a solution to this problem on a scale that is unprecedented on both the German and European markets - and, as a result, is in the running for the 2016 IT Innovation Award in the cloud computing category.

Thanks to migrato, corporate clients and individuals alike can automatically migrate their email inboxes and websites with no restrictions on volume or bandwidth. Migration can be completed without any major outlay and can be scheduled and scaled to suit individual requirements. A software back end is available to manage and control the migration process. Once the transfer is complete, the user is provided with a migration log and a detailed status report. What’s more, all migrations are independent of specific operating systems, as migrato is based online. The solution can be used for inboxes and websites of any size – even mass migrations can be carried out and managed using CSV files. Last but not least, statistics are provided to ensure an ongoing overview of the process. CeBIT in Hannover offers the perfect opportunity to get to know the young team behind migrato and explore this innovative solution.

migrato GmbH (12347 Berlin, Germany), Hall 11, Stand D62 (16), Topic: Cloud&XaaS

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