Microsoft Syntex, announced this week at Microsoft Ignite 2022 (Oct.12-14.2022), brings the power of content management and AI together to transform the way we work. It puts people at the center, with content seamlessly integrated into collaboration and workflows, turning content from a cost into an advantage.
So, it’s time to turn the crank on your Syntex knowledge – to fill your audibly fill up your cortex. Every workday, Microsoft customers add 1.6 billion documents to Microsoft 365. That content is essential – carrying knowledge, decisions, and transactions that are vital to the flow of work.
On this episode, Chris and I chat with Ian Story (Principal GPM for Syntex) and Alan Pelz-Sharpe (Founder of analyst firm, Deep Analysis) to go behind the scenes of this exciting new "Content AI" category and solution. You’ll hear more about what's new for Syntex, insights into what's most valuable for customers, and a breakdown of the direction and goals to help humans manage content at scale.
Intrazone guests and hosts during recording via Teams – clockwise from top left: Mark Kashman (Senior product manager – Microsoft) [co-host], Ian Story (Principal group product manager – Microsoft) [guest], Chris McNulty (Director – Microsoft) [co-host & guest], and Alan Pelz-Sharpe (Founder – Deep Analysis) [co-host].
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The SharePoint teams want you to unleash your magic, creativity, and productivity – and learn it all. And we will do this, together, one AI-extracted piece of metadata at a time (or thousands all at once, Syntexically speaking).