And then for continuity. There’s nothing more frustrating than not being able to access the files and folders of leavers. How else will you continue their projects, or brief new starters?
1. Transfer ownership of documents
2. Transfer ownership of sites
3. Migrate calendar events
4. Transfer ownership of groups
5. Transfer contacts
6. Migrate emails
It really is as straightforward as it sounds. Our technical team has done a wonderful job in creating this automated workflow, which can be customized to suit your specific requirements. It comes from years of research and development, and our clients are consistently singing the praises of how much time, money, and energy it saves them. Like:
Hassan Mansoor of Dennis Publishing:
“We were doing everything manually before, becoming bottlenecks, and running out of time. Now everything happens with just one click of a button. For offboarding, it archives the emails, it changes passwords, removes access, then deletes the user. I must have used it for 200 - 300 people since I joined, which at 45 minutes per person would have taken me a full month of solid work. With CloudM it’s seconds per person.”
Or Angel Quinones of Digital Remedy:
“It’s definitely helped improve the business process. It’s made my part of offboarding real easy; all I have to do is suspend a user and move them to a specific OU within Google. Then CloudM picks it up and starts offboarding for me: changing the username, giving them an alias, setting up forwarding, removing the user from directories, archiving their files. It stores it all too, so I can search everything I’ve offboarded since inception. This is my favorite feature of the platform because it just saves so much time.”
And of course, the same simple process applies to onboarding too.
But that’s a story for another day.
For now, if you want to talk about how CloudM can relieve your administrative burden and modernise your business, please reach out to me through firstname.lastname@example.org.
Want to know more? Watch our latest Offboarding webinar for more information