BitTitan and 21Vianet Blue Cloud partner to address Office 365 growth

BitTitan and 21Vianet Blue Cloud partner to address Office 365 growth

IT migration solution provider BitTitan and official service provider of Microsoft Azure, Office 365 and Dynamics 365 in China Shanghai Blue Cloud Technologies Co. (21Vianet Blue Cloud) have partnered to address the rapid growth of Office 365 in China. 

Through BitTitan’s MigrationWiz User Migration Bundle, the partnership will help Chinese Microsoft partners and IT professionals move to the cloud fast and securely. 

Through the new bundle, which is built on Microsoft Azure with Azure security, MigrationWiz will now offer mailbox, document and personal-archive migration, as well as remote configuration tools for Outlook. Customers can take advantage of Microsoft Azure and Office 365 workloads such as mail, OneDrive and SharePoint.

“With so much growth in China’s cloud-computing market, we are delighted to be expanding our product offerings with 21Vianet Blue Cloud to enable the acceleration and adoption of Office 365,” said Geeman Yip, CEO of BitTitan. “Together, we are providing increased automation and five-star customer service to make it easier for companies in China to move to the cloud.”

Available now through 21Vianet Blue Cloud, a bundle license will last one year, in which time companies can move to the cloud at their own pace. IT professionals can use the license to drive additional revenue by moving huge amounts of data.

“As one of the most important cloud computing solution providers in the world, BitTitan has earned a global reputation for understanding the unique needs of IT professionals as well as the immense opportunities associated with moving data to the cloud,” said Wing-Dar Ker, CEO of 21Vianet Blue Cloud. “21Vianet Blue Cloud is proud to have partnered with BitTitan for the past four years, we are confident with our cooperation and look forward to continuing our partnership and expanding our services to provide exceptional solutions to our customers in China.”

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