Migrating Lotus Notes Applications to Google Apps

As companies look to move from the legacy Lotus Notes platform to a cloud-based solution such as Google Apps, they have to consider a range of migration strategies for user information, mail, calendar, contact data, applications, and associated data It’s important to classify this migration correctly, as although mail, calendar, and contact data is fairly uniform and can be addressed with general tools such as Google Apps Migration for Lotus Notes, Notes applications tend to vary widely on multiple dimensions

This document will explore strategies for looking at your Notes applications and their associated data, and determine if and how to migrate this functionality to the Google Apps platform It will also provide guidelines to support decision-making around migrating specific applications and associated data, based on usage patterns It will then review the various components of Google Apps that will serve as targets for migrating applications into the Apps platform and discussing strategies for performing those migrations