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On Demand Global Settings Current - User Guide

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Managing organizations and regions

On Demand management is based on the concept of organizations. An organization can subscribe to modules. Organization administrators can use the tools provided by the modules to perform administrative actions on Azure AD tenants.

When a user signs up for On Demand, an organization is created and the user and becomes an administrator for the organization. For most On Demand use cases, a customer creates a single organization. Multiple administrators and multiple tenants can be added to the organization. See Signing up for On Demand.

Use the links below for more information on managing organizations and regions.

Geographic regions

A Microsoft Azure region is a set of datacenters deployed within a geographic area. Selecting the correct region for your On Demand organization enables you to achieve higher performance and supports your requirements and preferences regarding data location. Specifying the region for your organization determines the geographical region where your data is stored. For more information, see Azure regions.

During sign up, you can choose the region where your On Demand data will be hosted. The following regions are currently supported:

Regional availability of modules

Microsoft continues to deploy services across Azure regions. However, at this time, not all services are available in all regions. As a result, not all On Demand modules are available in all regions. The table below lists current module availability by region. When you create an organization in a region, only the available module tiles are displayed on your home page.

U.S.

Europe

U.K.

Canada

Australia

Multiple organizations

Some customers may want to create multiple organizations. For example:

When you sign up for On Demand, you are prompted to name your organization. Users with multiple organizations associated with their email address are prompted to select an organization during sign in.

Adding the same tenant to multiple organizations can result in conflicting application of polices and settings. When using multiple organizations to manage a tenant, the organization administrators must coordinate their management activities.

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