SharePoint site and information architecture has been around long enough to be an established practice and area of expertise in the SharePoint world. What’s new about it, however, is its elevated role in Microsoft 365 compliance. Architectural decisions made in a tenant can have lasting, follow-on effects which information architects need to be aware of. This post highlights some key points about how these decisions can affect managing compliance at scale by providing structure and governance to SharePoint.
In Part 3, Peter covers how to create forms processing models from SharePoint document libraries by using AI Builder, a feature of Microsoft PowerApps. Before plunging into the detail, it is important to understand how forms processing models compare and differ to document understanding models.
The power of SharePoint Syntex is in helping you transform your files into knowledge—the ability to take control of your content and files to find the real gems. What would it mean to you to have automation and processes to extract information to ultimately unlock knowledge stuck in documents?
In part two of Peter Rising’s blog series, he looks at adding document understanding models into a newly created Syntex Content Center, and how to add, classify, and train documents with SharePoint Syntex.
This blog series will examine and test-drive SharePoint Syntex, a powerful new Microsoft 365 service announced by Microsoft at Ignite 2020.
SharePoint Syntex consists of Content understanding, processing, and compliance services that provide the ability to capture and scale expertise using advanced AI and machine learning.