Big improvements have been made to the way Office 365 works on a global and regional scale to improve performance as well. There’s also some best-practices you should be performing to make sure that the performance your users experience with Office 365 is optimal, as when you manage Office 365 on a global scale, simple problems can result in terrible performance.
To determine why and when you need to split your Office 365 tenant across regions isn’t one determined about performance – although many people would assume it is. And, if you are wondering if connectivity problems are usually solved by implementing Office 365 ExpressRoute, you will be in for a pleasant surprise – the correct infrastructure is likely to provide better performance over the public internet.
To help you make sense of all this, and summarise the plethora of announcements at Ignite, I’ve put together a video for Content and Code explaining how Office 365 global connectivity works, improvements that accelerate Office 365 performance, share some real-world tips that will improve you global connectivity to Office 365, run through the new multi-geo capabilities in Office 365 and show you when it’s best to use them.