Girls Friendly Society

Microsft 365 Migration

Why Did Girls Friendly Society Reach Out?

Girls Friendly Society got in contact with our team at Qlic as they were interested in moving away from their on-premise server and implementing a more flexible and efficient IT set-up, Microsoft 365.

Alongside implementing SharePoint Online for Girls Friendly Society, our Projects Team made sure that all machines would be Azure AD and Microsoft Intune.

Our Project Manager on the job, Ollie, liaised with the manager at Girls Friendly Society to find the best dedicated weekend for them so that he could migrate them over to SharePoint without disturbing them during business hours.

Lastly, our project team implemented Sophos encryption for all of the devices at Girls Friendly Society, to make their data is secure.

Meet Our Projects Team

Ollie Bright

Sam Sly

The Project Scope

  • Remove all current devices from Girls Friendly Society Domain & connect them to their new Azure AD.
  • Register them with Microsoft Intune.
  • Decommission their server.
  •  Migration of data from Dropbox to SharePoint Online with the configuration of syncing down document libraries.
  • Recycle on-premise server
  • Implement Sophos and encryption to protect Girls Friendly Society’s data.

The Finished Project

Girls Friendly Society couldn’t have been happier with the completed project. Our Projects Team successfully completed the project scope with no fallout. 

We have thoroughly enjoyed working with Girls Friendly Society and we look forward to continuing to support them.

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About Girls Friendly Society

Girls Friendly Society is a feminist charity that believes in a society free from gender inequality. They aim to achieve it by providing groups where girls and young women
build friendships, gain confidence and learn that they are unstoppable.

They create a programme of activities designed to develop confidence, self-esteem, emotional well-being and resilience. Then, they recruit and train women volunteers to run those activities in a single-gender space.