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Microsoft Enhances Multi-Geo Configuration System by Introducing Syntex to Tenants Globally

The Microsoft 365 roadmap indicates that Syntax will be integrated into workflows and available to multiple tenants in various regions from October.


A year after the launch of Microsoft Syntex, the company anticipates expanded use across a range of locations. When it was initially released, the service was touted as a means of employing AI capabilities to manage large quantities of enterprise-level content. The roadmap suggests that this technology, primed for integration within the flow of work, will be accessible to multiple tenants in a multitude of regions starting from October.

Syntex is a tool that uses AI to automatically process documents and extract information from them. Users can get text from images, video, and audio files, and also tag them with metadata. Syntex is part of Microsoft 365 for enterprise customers who have the E3 or E5 plans. It has different pricing options for the full package.

Functionality of Global Syntex Provision

Given the scale and dispersion of many current organizations, created the multi-geo tenancy earlier this year. The aim was to emulate a company with a main office and various branch offices in terms of Microsoft 365 setup, yet maintain a unified operational system despite the distance. Syntex hopes to build on this infrastructure and allow tenants in different geographic locations to have access to the same setup. This will enable cohesive operation across borders, allowing, for instance, seamless document processing, taxonomy and image tagging, content assembly, and OCR practices.

Impact of the Microsoft Syntex Expansion

Microsoft Syntex aims to establish a consistent setup across various geographic zones. Consequently, information remains consistent and unified, despite being managed by disparate tenants within an organisation. Microsoft's roadmap for October notes that availability is set to be extended this month to every organization using Microsoft Syntex. This global functionality aims to eliminate any information loss and provide an efficient, fluid service, irrespective of location.

As Microsoft Syntex becomes accessible to multi-geo tenants, companies irrespective of scale and geographic dispersion should look forward to unprecedented global functionality. The prospect of seamless collaboration – no matter the distance – holds significant potential. This availability marks an impressive stride in the sector of global content management.

Luke Jones
Luke Jones
Luke has been writing about all things tech for more than five years. He is following Microsoft closely to bring you the latest news about Windows, Office, Azure, Skype, HoloLens and all the rest of their products.

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