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Migration to nhs.net for former NHS Digital colleagues

All colleagues across NHS England (including the former NHS Digital and Health Education England organisations) are moving to nhs.net for their collaboration requirements. The migration means all your data, files, and folders, will be moved from the legacy NHSD environment to the nhs.net tenant. As we come together, this programme will provide an enhanced user experience for all NHS England colleagues.

For former NHS Digital colleagues (those with a @hscic.gov.uk account), the move to nhs.net will bring all users into a single environment, with the migration of:

    • Microsoft Teams
    • OneDrive
    • SharePoint (O365 Groups/Standalone Sites)
    • Planner Boards

Additionally, apps such as MS Forms and Power BI will be available using your nhs.net account going forwards.

PHASE 3 SharePoint Switchover – from 31 July

From 31 July, former NHS Digital colleagues enter PHASE 3 (the migration of SharePoint standalone sites). In addition to Teams and OneDrive, you should now access all SharePoint sites in the nhs.net environment.

Please note, standalone SharePoint sites not previously migrated as part of PHASE 2 enter read-only in the legacy NHS Digital environment. You can view summary of the switchover experience and locations here.

If you have not already done so, please complete the ‘Switchover Checklist’ steps to repoint your device to the nhs.net environment.

Migration Guidance

The migration support pages outline everything you need to know about the migration to nhs.net, including details on what is in scope, actions, and guidance for Switchover Day.

Click on one of the following sections to continue:

Alternatively, you can find guidance on a specific app here:

OneDrive Teams
SharePoint OneNote
Power BI, Apps & Automate Forms
Last Reviewed Date 28/07/2023
Updated on 28/07/2023
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