- Microsoft announced the Microsoft 365 Copilot pricing for commercial customers.
- The Redmond-based tech giant says soon no one will want to work without it.
- Microsoft 365 Copilot will be available for Microsoft 365 E3, E5, Business Standard and Business Premium customers.
Microsoft Inspire 2023 is happening now, and AI is at the heart of the conference. On the first day, AI was everywhere, in every discussion and every presentation, and Microsoft announced a lot of things AI-related.
For example, Azure OpenAI Service is now available in Europe, NA, and Asia, effectively expanding this product even further. Microsoft also announced Bing Chat Enterprise, the version of Bing AI but for work. The tool is available now in Preview. And, Microsoft Cloud Partner Program gets an AI update.
You will now be able to use AI to develop your business plan, or marketing strategy, while also leveraging it to build a portfolio.
With the release of Bing Chat Enterprise, which is free for now, but will be released as a stand-alone product with a $5/month subscription, the Redmond-based tech giant also announced the Microsoft 365 Copilot pricing.
Microsoft 365 Copilot brings a whole new way of working – reasoning over all your business data in the context of your enterprise, including the ability to ask questions and get answers from the web.Microsoft
Microsoft 365 Copilot pricing: how much?
According to Microsoft, Microsoft 365 Copilot will be available for commercial customers for $30 per user per month for Microsoft 365 E3, E5, Business Standard, and Business Premium customers when broadly available.
Microsoft says that soon no one will want to work without Microsoft 365 Copilot. And they’re not far from the truth. The tool is capable of handling multiple tasks on its own reasoning. It will generate multiple forms of content, from images to copywriting texts.
Even more, the Redmond-based tech giant says that 365 Copilot has the capabilities of Bing Chat Enterprise, and much more. So that means that you can freely use Copilot at work without worrying that your data will leak.
Here’s what you need to know:
- Copilot inherits your existing Microsoft 365 security, privacy, identity, and compliance policies.
- Your data is logically isolated and protected within your Microsoft 365 tenant and always within your control.
- At the tenant level, Copilot respects individual and group permission policies.
Microsoft has released Windows Copilot with the latest update of Windows. If you already tried the feature and didn’t like it, check out this step-by-step guide to remove it from your PC.
Another great AI assistant available in the preview for Microsoft Security Copilot, explains Microsoft is all about adapting the latest technology to help people and enterprises.
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