Migration and consolidation of data and permissions

migRaven.one for file servers supports migrations between Windows, DFS (AD), EMC and Netapp systems.

migRaven.one is our solution for migrating your Windows file server with its often historically grown directory and authorization structures. Up to 80% of this data is outdated, many permissions belong to long-orphaned accounts or are otherwise obsolete.

Migrate only what you really need.

migRaven.one does not simply move data from file server A to file server B, but integrates a coordinated clean-up process. Because up to 80% of all data can already be stored before migration archived or be deleted. This makes the migration project easier and cheaper, and the ROI much better. offers migRaven.one the following key added values:

  • informed Decision through transparency: Mcustomized analyzes and reports for a clear analysis of the initial situation.
  • Real restructuring instead of shifting chaos: Flatten and remove old folder and rights structures instead of simply shoveling them from A to B. For an orderly restart.
  • Dynamic workflow & task management instead of an Excel spreadsheet: Rsmooth, loss-free coordination between specialist departments and IT as well as time-controlled execution of the individual migration tasks. 100% traceable.

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Regardless of whether you have a general question, a price inquiry or a desired test:

«There is hardly a system in the IT landscape that is anchored as centrally as a file server»

Thomas Gomell, CEO of migRaven GmbH

What you should have "on the slip" of a file server migration

  • Data quality and integrity
  • Impact on business
  • Costs
  • Impact on user experience
  • Who can make binding decisions regarding the data? (data owner)
  • Links within files
  • Links to files (shortcuts)
  • Application directories

Benefit from our experience

dependencies which can generate nasty errors:


  1. Applications (control systems for machines, SAP, logging software, etc.) use directories on the file server and will fail if the paths on the file server change.
  2. Links from and to files will break if no appropriate precautions are taken.
  3. Users rely on their structure and that their data will still be in the same place tomorrow. They will seek data and do their job more slowly or not at all when that is no longer the case. And they will turn to IT for that.


With the help of comprehensive analyses, you can identify in advance, among other things, where mountains of obsolete data are located. goal of every migration migRaven.one is the sustainable simplification of data and authorization structures.

We understand data

Step 1 - Analysis

Mountains of data in directories that are far too deep and outdated, chaotic authorization structures are carried out before the actual migration migRaven.one analyzed. This gives you a comprehensive overview of the environment to be migrated.

Step 2 - CleanUp

On average, 80% of all data and structures are completely outdated and thousands of folders don't even need to be migrated. The integrated task management of migRaven.one enables effective coordination with departments and data owners to make quick decisions on which directories to migrate, archive or delete.

We move data

Step 3 - Design new target structure for file server migration

A clear basic structure is essential for a directory and authorization structure that can be used in the long term. Build with us migRaven.one one by department, exchange, project and process directories structured filing with few levels, the current claims both for ease of collaboration and for security and manageability.

Step 4 - Migrate the relevant (!) Directories

In the last step, all tasks and decisions together, the migRaven.one collected during the migration. Copy jobs, archiving processes and the assignment of access rights are time-controlled in order to completely implement the migration in the file system by your desired date.

The integrated task management of migRaven.one ensures a clear division of tasks and smooth coordination between IT and specialist departments during the migration phase.