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Don’t Start a G Suite Project in the Wrong Time

So you finally got the deal of a new G Suite project and you are preparing to star the work! […]

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A story of a project: 3600 users to G Suite in 60 days! – Day 8: Changing MX records

Day summary We have come to the point where we are completely ready to change the MX records for all […]

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A story of a project: 3600 users to G Suite in 60 days! – Day 7: Completing the coexistence setup

Day summary After getting the migration going, we moved to the next objective which is to complete the setup of […]

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My Problem Management in a Project

Problem management is really an important aspect in each service and project management practices… Without proper problem management you will […]

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How a G Suite coexistence scenario can become a project killer

A little introduction I have been working on a G Suite migration project for one organization for a while now. […]

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A story of a project: 3600 users to G Suite in 60 days! – Day 6: Going even faster with the migration

Day summary On the first day of the week, we were met by the head of IT department in the […]

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A story of a project: 3600 users to G Suite in 60 days! – Day 5: Going full speed on migration, Users change from domain to domain

Day summary This day is also a weekend, but things went very smooth and quiet in this day compared to […]

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A story of a project: 3600 users to G Suite in 60 days! – Day 4: Starting up migration, the NDRs mishap!

Day summary This day is a weekend.. Although I put it clear to everyone around me that I never work […]

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A story of a project: 3600 users to G Suite in 60 days! – Day 3: More manual work!

Day summary So we ended the previous day with a lot of things done, in fact the day ended while […]

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A story of a project: 3600 users to G Suite in 60 days! – Day 2: Getting things warmer

Day summary This day was all about the directory and password sync tools… We wanted to finalize their configuration to […]

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