Announcing Multi-Geo coverage in Germany and Norway

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We are excited to announce the availability of Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo in Germany and Norway! With the addition of these two countries, you can now extend your Microsoft 365 tenant to store your users’ Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business, and SharePoint Online data in one or more of our 15 available geographies:

 

Australia

India

United Kingdom

Asia Pacific

Germany

United States

Canada

Japan

United Arab Emirates

European Union

Korea

South Africa

France

Norway

Switzerland

 

Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo enables customers to reduce their on-premises footprint and meet data residency obligations by allocating user data at rest to our available geo locations in the Microsoft 365 cloud, all within a single tenant. For more details, visit the Microsoft 365 Multi-Geo docs page.

 

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For in-depth information on the overall Microsoft 365 data center strategy and Multi-Geo, take a look at our video from Ignite 2020 below.

 

 

Pricing and Licensing:

Multi-Geo is available as an add-on to the following Microsoft 365 subscription plans for EA customers with a minimum of 250 Microsoft 365 seats in their Microsoft 365 tenant, and a minimum of 5% of the Microsoft 365 seats within a tenant have corresponding Multi-Geo Capabilities for Microsoft 365. Please contact your Microsoft account team for details.

 

Microsoft 365 F1, E1, E3, or E5

Exchange Online Plan 1 or Plan 2

OneDrive for Business Plan 1 or Plan 2

SharePoint Online Plan 1 or Plan 2

 

Licensing

  • USD $2/user/month for users in Satellite Geos
  • Resource mailboxes (Rooms/Equipment) and Shared mailboxes need to be licensed
  • Microsoft 365 Group Mailboxes moved to Satellite Geos will not need to be licensed for Multi-Geo

How to buy Multi-Geo?

Please talk to your Microsoft representative to buy Multi-Geo Capabilities for Microsoft 365.

 

Questions?

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