Microsoft recently purchased the Canadian startup company Mover, in order to help with the cloud migration in Microsoft 365. However, neither company has publicly released any details about the acquisition.
Microsoft announced the acquisition through its blog, where it indicated that the purchase is part of an effort to take users to the Microsoft cloud in a seamless transition. Jeff Tepper wrote the blog post and he stated, “Today, Mover supports migration from over a dozen cloud service providers — including Box, Dropbox, Egnyte, and Google Drive — into OneDrive and SharePoint, enabling seamless file collaboration across Microsoft 365 apps and services, including the Office apps and Microsoft Teams."
Microsoft offers Microsoft 365 as a bundle that includes a number of different programs like office 365, Microsoft Teams, security tools, and more. Mover is a company that helps people take files from one program and integrate it with the Microsoft 365 cloud.
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