Todd Missey

Director, PSO Microsoft Services

Todd Missey, SHI InternationalTodd Missey brings over 20 years of IT experience to SHI. As Director, Professional Services Organization (PSO) Microsoft Services for SHI, Todd oversees the team responsible for small- to large-scale Microsoft enablement engagements, including presales and delivery. His expertise encompasses Active Directory (AD), Microsoft Exchange, Office 365, Lync, SharePoint, and System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).

Todd has achieved a number of certifications, including:

  • Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL)
  • Project Management Professional (PMP)
  • Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP)

Prior to joining SHI, Todd served as Vice President of Software Development for iQor. Before his time with iQor, he spent several years as the Eastern Region Infrastructure Manager for KPMG.

You can email Todd at Todd_Missey@SHI.com.

The 4 biggest Office 365 migration challenges and how to overcome them

Overcome-Office-365-Migration-ChallengesOffice 365 (O365) makes it easier for small, medium, and large organizations to create, communicate, and share in the cloud. Leveraging the Microsoft cloud can greatly reduce corporate expenditures on infrastructure and upkeep, and save money on hiring costly data managers to maintain systems.

While some companies have already made the switch to O365, many remain uncertain about the transition, with most fearing the migration process itself. As with any major transition, an O365 migration can present some roadblocks, but many are easily addressed for a smooth transition to the cloud.

Here are four of the biggest challenges SHI sees companies face when migrating to O365 and how to solve them. (more…)

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