This chapter extensively talked about strategies, mechanisms, and tools for data migration between users within Google Workspace and also bringing data from other platforms over to Workspace.
We started the chapter by focusing on user life cycle changes and the considerations that bring about data a user holds. Suspending, deleting, and archiving users are a few considerations we talked about earlier in the chapter. We also saw how, as part of the Data Liberation Front, Google puts users' data in their hands with ease via its Takeout service. This self-serve option brings in a lot of transparency and paves way for an open, non-vendor lock-in ecosystem for the cloud.
We then moved on to talk about data migration tools for connecting with external sources and bringing in users from other platforms. GWMME and Google Workspace Migrate (Beta) are two fantastic services that can help you with the cause. And finally, we wrapped up the chapter by linking to Google's...