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Microsoft 365 Copilot was brought out in 2023 by Microsoft, using the power of next-generation AI to work with - Microsoft 365 Copilot — your copilot for work.

The everyday AI companion combines the power of large language models (LLMs) with your data in the Microsoft Graph and the Microsoft 365 apps to turn your words into the most powerful productivity tool on the planet. 

“Today marks the next major step in the evolution of how we interact with computing, which will fundamentally change the way we work and unlock a new wave of productivity growth,” said Satya Nadella, Chairman and CEO, Microsoft. “With our new copilot for work, we’re giving people more agency and making technology more accessible through the most universal interface – natural language.” 

What is Microsoft 365 Copilot?  

Microsoft CoPilot is an advanced AI-powered code completion tool developed by GitHub in collaboration with OpenAI. This revolutionary tool is built on OpenAI’s Codex, a highly sophisticated language model that has been trained on a diverse range of programming languages and coding styles. CoPilot is designed to assist developers by suggesting code snippets and completing lines of code as they write, significantly streamlining the coding process. 

Benefits to Employees from implementing Copilot 

There are many ways that using Copilot can get the most out of MS tools, you can save time when getting started on tasks by having the design element and support ready. 

In Word, harness the power of Copilot to ignite your creativity and eliminate the need to face a blank canvas. This feature is a time-saving marvel, sparing you hours of writing, sourcing, and editing. As the author, you remain in the driver’s seat, steering your unique ideas forward, while Copilot offers suggestions to condense, rephrase, or provide constructive feedback. 

In PowerPoint, seamlessly craft captivating presentations effortlessly by merely offering a prompt. Our tool scours your archives, whether they date back to last week or last year, to gather relevant content, ensuring the creation of a polished and cohesive presentation. 

In Excel, Copilot empowers you to analyse trends and swiftly generate professional-looking data visualizations in a matter of seconds. Unleash your analytical prowess with the efficiency and precision that Copilot brings to your spreadsheet endeavours. 

Meeting regulatory compliance requirements 

With the regulatory landscape in the AI domain developing every day, Microsoft remains committed to adapting and responding to meet upcoming regulatory requirements. 

Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365 is constructed upon Microsoft’s existing pledges to uphold data security and privacy within enterprise settings, and these commitments remain unchanged. Integrated seamlessly into Microsoft 365, Microsoft Copilot adheres steadfastly to all prevailing privacy, security, and compliance assurances for Microsoft 365 commercial customers. Additional details can be found in the Microsoft Compliance documentation. 

Beyond strict regulatory compliance, Microsoft places a high value on fostering an open dialogue with customers, partners, and regulatory authorities. This collaborative approach allows CSG and Microsoft to better comprehend and address concerns with our own clients, thereby nurturing an environment built on trust and cooperation. Privacy, security, and transparency aren’t merely features but essential prerequisites in the AI-driven landscape. 

The Copilot System: Explained by Microsoft 

What sets Copilot apart is not only its unmatched functionality but also its unwavering commitment to enterprise-grade security, privacy, compliance, and responsible AI practices. Your data processing occurs exclusively within your tenant, ensuring the highest level of data protection and confidentiality.

Contact our expert team today to learn more.

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