We don’t hang around when useful tech comes along. With the groundbreaking capabilities of Microsoft Copilot just around the corner, our engineers are already clued up and are ready to help SMEs get started today.
Copilot is coming soon to SMEs using the Microsoft 365 portfolio.
It’s already available for Enterprise customers with 300 users or more.
The Atlas Cloud team is ready to help you embrace this once-in-a-lifetime boost to the way we work.
While Copilot isn’t available to everyone yet, there are steps any organisation can take today to help get started with Copilot faster.
There are two big considerations when preparing for Copilot. Make no mistake, they will hinder all firms when looking to embrace the generative AI solution for Microsoft 365.
The sooner you can prepare for them, the faster your firm will transform upon Copilot’s release.
It’s obvious when you think about it, really. If you want AI to review historic work to help employees create long documents from short prompts quickly, you need to make sure it has access to them and knows where to find them.
That means you need all your work data in the same Microsoft tenant, not spread disparately across different Microsoft locations – or even completely separate web apps.
We offer Microsoft tenant reviews to get your organisation ready for AI. Put your firm in pole position for Copilot and schedule yours today.
It goes without saying that the introduction of AI in the workplace comes with risk. Thankfully, Microsoft has built Copilot from the ground up with compliance built in.
When employees are asking AI for all kinds of requests, you need to make sure your role-based permissions are on point with a zero-trust strategy. Otherwise, you run the risk of sensitive information getting into the wrong hands.
We offer zero-trust security reviews to get your organisation ready for AI. Put your firm in pole position for Copilot and schedule yours today.
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We’ve already hosted our first Copilot roundtable to learn more about use cases in the real world. The first focused on the Recruitment and Staffing sector, but we will be hosting more.
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Microsoft Copilot is currently available to Enterprise customers with 300 users or more.
Microsoft has not yet announced when Copilot will launch for SMEs, but we’re hoping to find out at Microsoft’s Ignite event in mid-November.
Microsoft 365 Copilot will be priced at $30 per user, per month in the US for Microsoft 365 E3, E5, Business Standard and Business Premium customers. It is not yet clear exactly how much it will be for UK customers, but will likely be a similar value exchanged to GBP. We’re expecting clarity on that very soon.
Many organisations will likely incur one-off costs upon preparing for Copilot, moving corporate data around and updating compliance policies.
Adopting AI in the corporate world does not come without risks and it is important for business leaders to be aware of this. Generative AI is capable of an exceedingly large amount and, while will doubtless be a positive transformation to the way we work, should be treated with caution.
The main perceived risks in the business world come from the data that the AI will have access to, which is why it’s so important to prepare for Copilot adoption well in advance and implement a comprehensive zero-trust policy across all users.
Even if you feel you trust all of your employees, you must still consider that cyber criminals only need to break into one single user profile to unlock the capability to ask AI to do anything. Making preparation very important indeed.
No, Copilot will have to be enabled by an admin on a user-by-user (or user group) basis and Microsoft charges a premium for this.
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