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Sharepoint 2007 to 2013 -- migration tool ?

Posted on 2014-11-05
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I have a small 7GB Sharepoint 2007 site
with no workflow/etc, basically it is just
a FILE storage server with a MS SQL backend
and some EXTERNAL user permissions.

Someone called just now stating they have
a TOOL that can automatically do the migration
for $5,000 which included updating SQL and
Windows Server using my licenses.

What migration tools/articles do you recommend ?
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You probably don't need a tool with such a simple MOSS system.  There is an upgrade path for SharePoint, however it does involve upgrading to 2010 first, then upgrading that to 2013.  

See here:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee947141.aspx

If you are not comfortable then this is a sensible thing for a third part to help with.  You will need SharePoint admin skills etc.  If you have any customisations/webparts/workflows etc then migrating them is far more difficult than migrating content.
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