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Seamless enterprise file migration from Box to Microsoft 365

Box to Microsoft 365 (Office 365) file migrations can be challenging. But with DryvIQ, you can do it with confidence.

With the DryvIQ platform, organizations can move files from Box to Microsoft 365 seamlessly without disrupting users or work.

  • Reduce storage costs without disrupting business
  • Automatically map users, groups, permissions, Box accounts, file sharing, and metadata to eliminate IT overhead during file migration
  • Reduce financial risks by sorting and securing sensitive data according to current data protection policies
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Reduce migration costs and risks

DryvIQ ensures that all file information remains the same when migrating files from Box to Microsoft 365. This includes metadata, permissions, sharing profiles, attributes, and links. DryvIQ automates finding broken links, blocking forbidden file types, fixing filenames, and more when moving from Box to Office 365.

Free Box to Microsoft 365 migration guide

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Migrate to Microsoft 365 with confidence

DryvIQ’s continuous copy mode transfers files in the background without affecting users or system integrations. It doesn’t disrupt existing workstreams. The platform keeps files from Box to Microsoft 365 updated in real-time, accurately reflecting the previous data in Box.

With DryvIQ, you can securely move files, control user access, and quickly fix file transfer errors. Together, these abilities make your Box to Office 365 file migration easier for your business.


Partner with a global migration leader

As a Box Premier and a Microsoft Gold Partner, the DryvIQ team has deep expertise in Box and Microsoft 365 migrations. Our Box to O365 migration tools will ensure you have a seamless file migration.

  • Scalable, secure file transfer from Box to Microsoft 365
  • Unrivaled migrations speeds – Proven up to 100 TB per day
  • Analyze and simulate your file migration prior to transferring any files to avoid errors
  • Preserve all aspects of file fidelity, including metadata, user & group permissions, and sharing links
  • Identify and sync newly created and modified content for a disruption-free transition
  • Move millions of files to Microsoft 365 from Box, Dropbox, Google Drive, SharePoint, NFS, and more

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Indiana University Migrates Box to OneDrive

With the help of DryvIQ Indiana University migrated nearly 3 PB and 140,000 users to Microsoft 365.

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Our migration with DryvIQ has cost considerably less than our original cloud storage subscription.

Adam Sweeny, Microsoft O365 Team Lead

Reduce Box to Microsoft 365 migration friction

Cloud storage costs are rising with providers like Box and Google. And many businesses are switching to Microsoft 365 for cheaper storage and better teamwork tools. But migrating without a strong partner can be a challenge. DryvIQ can easily address some of the most pressing challenges while migrating files from Box to Microsoft 365.

Analyze your data before migrating

Manual migration methods lack scanning abilities to identify data islands, flag remediation, or permissions insights. Understanding this data is crucial for planning a successful Box to Microsoft 365 migration.

With DryvIQ’s Box to Microsoft 365 migration tool, you can analyze and simulate your project before transfer. Before migration, you can discover potential challenges without moving a single file. With DryvIQ, organizations understand exactly what the migration will look like, and fix potential problems before they occur.

Easily manage user permissions across platforms

User permissions can differ greatly between Box and Microsoft 365. As a result, there is no way to automatically map them when using manual or basic migration methods. The DryvIQ platform can transform and map user accounts, Box file sharing, and group permissions from Box to Office 365 at scale.

Migrate Box Notes and document version history

Manual migrations and copy methods struggle with Box Notes and document version history transfer. Without proper management, you will lose the rich file fidelity stored within Box. However, DryvIQ ensures data integrity by converting Box Notes to Microsoft Word documents during migration.

Automatically remediate Box to Microsoft 365 file transfer errors

Manual file remediation after failed transfers is time-consuming and risky. Organizations risk losing file fidelity, history, or attributes due to incompatible name lengths, characters, or sizes between Box and Microsoft 365.

DryvIQ offers a pre-remediation process to identify files it cannot migrate ahead of time. For instance, Box allows for thousands of characters in a file name, but OneDrive has a 400-pathway character limit.

In cases like this, the DryvIQ platform can automatically truncate file path lengths or transform conflicting file names. In more complicated instances of incompatibility, DryvIQ will flag the administrator for any files requiring manual correction.

Eliminate business disruption during migration

During your Box to Microsoft 365 migration, employees may not be able to access content. Relying on end-users to move files themselves or a sudden cutover without a transition period harms business operations.

The DryvIQ platform’s real-time file synchronization between Box and Microsoft 365 eliminates this issue. DryvIQ calls this continuous copy, which constantly streams changes in files, folders, and even deletes between source and destination. The synchronization period aids change management and boosts user adoption, making users familiar with the new platform before migration.