Microsoft Copilot: The Key to Business Transformation

Unlock the full potential of your business with Microsoft Copilot! Witness the transformative features of Copilot and how this AI-powered tool is designed to streamline your workflow, enhance productivity, and create innovation across various applications.
25.04.24 Charles Griffiths

Key points in the video:

  • Intro – 00:00 – 02:00
  • Security Concerns – 02:01 – 09:32
  • AI isn’t new – 09:33 – 12:41
  • What is Digital Debt? – 12:42 – 17:02
  • Copilot Video – 17:03 – 18:59
  • Copilot for Microsoft 365 – 19:00 – 23:16
  • Microsoft Security – 23:17 – 24:08
  • A Day in the Life with Copilot – 24:09 – 26:45
  • DEMO: Copilot Chat – 26:46 – 29:56
  • DEMO: Copilot for Outlook – 29:57 – 33:44
  • DEMO: Copilot for Meetings – 33:45 – 35:55
  • DEMO: Copilot for Word – 35:56 – 39:34
  • DEMO: Copilot for PowerPoint – 39:35 – 43:21
  • DEMO: Copilot for Excel – 43:22 – 49:07
  • How can you start today? – 49:08 – 53:20
  • Is Copilot worth it? – 53:21 – 55:20
  • DEMO: Copilot for Teams – 55:21 – 58:33
  • Copilot Readiness Assessment – 58:34 – 1:05:03

The topic and purpose of the webinar: The webinar is about Copilot, a tool that uses AI to help users perform tasks in Microsoft 365 apps by using natural language commands. The webinar aims to show some of the features and benefits of Copilot, as well as address some of the security and data privacy concerns.

The difference between Copilot and ChatGPT

Copilot is based on ChatGPT, an open source AI tool that uses a large language model to generate text. However, Copilot is more secure and reliable, as it does not expose the user’s data to the public or use it to train the AI. Copilot also respects the user’s permissions and access rights to the data within Microsoft 365.

The importance of data governance and security

Copilot can access and analyse any data that the user has access to within Microsoft 365, which can be useful but also risky. Therefore, it is important to review the permissions and access to the documents and folders, and adopt a zero trust security approach. Copilot can also reveal sensitive or personal information that may be stored in the documents, should their tenancy have access to it.

The capabilities and scenarios of Copilot

Copilot can perform various tasks in Microsoft 365 apps, such as creating PowerPoint presentations, summarising emails, searching for information, drafting responses, preparing for meetings, and more. Copilot can also access both internal and external data sources, and use natural language to understand the user’s intent. Copilot is not meant to automate or replace the user’s work, but to augment and assist them.

The challenges and opportunities of using Copilot

Copilot is a new and evolving technology that may have some limitations and errors. Users need to learn how to talk to Copilot in normal language, and not overcomplicate the tasks. Users also need to be aware of the ethical and social implications of using AI, and how it may affect their work and creativity. Copilot is not a magic solution, but a powerful tool that can enhance the user’s productivity and efficiency.

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If you would like to understand more about how you can better utilise Copilot for your business, then we invite you to book a call with our team today and we’d be happy to help.


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Microsoft Copilot: The Key to Business Transformation

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Witness the transformative features of Copilot and how this AI-powered tool is designed to streamline your workflow, enhance productivity, and create innovation across various applications. Read More