Box Migration Support Resources
A successful migration involves more than just moving data from Box to the M365 environment. It also means helping you get comfortable with OneDrive and SharePoint so you can make the most of their many features and capabilities. Enterprise Technology & Services (ET&S) is committed to providing the support you need to successfully transition your work processes to M365.
The resources below are a great place to start. Register to attend a Microsoft Webinar, attend one of our open office hours sessions to meet with ET&S staff and ask questions or get advice on your specific needs, check out additional self-help options to guide you through the migration process and using M365 or, reach out to the ET&S Help Desk online or by calling 603-862-4242 for questions or assistance.
Register for a Training Session
Microsoft has regularly scheduled training sessions specifically for UNH users migrating from Box to M365. These sessions cover how OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams work together and when and how to use these tools to store data and collaborate with partners inside and outside of the USNH community.
View upcoming sessions and register here.
Attend an Open Office Hours Session
ET&S staff have regularly scheduled time where users can drop-in virtually or in person (see individual times for details) to ask questions and get support with Box Migration and M365 questions.
View upcoming sessions here. Registration is not needed to attend these sessions.
View a Recorded Training Session
If you cannot attend a live training session or want a way to review topics at your own pace you can view a recorded version of the Microsoft Cloud Storage training session.
To see other recorded training sessions including ones on using Microsoft Teams, advanced SharePoint features, and using forms and flows visit the UNH M365 Video Channel.
View our Self-Help Articles on Getting Started
The ET&S Knowledge Base has a number of articles to help answer common questions about the M365 cloud storage options and how to use them. Some of the most commonly used articles and areas are linked below to help you get started.