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Copilot AI Set to Make Microsoft 365 More Powerful

Copilot AI Set to Make Microsoft 365 More Powerful

Artificial intelligence is becoming an integral technology for modern businesses, but you can’t just roll up to the AI store and get some AI. The machine learning algorithms that make up modern AI are integrated into the software that your business relies on. Microsoft, long known for being amongst the top business computing companies, has begun to integrate AI into their software. One place that most businesses will get first-hand experience with this technology is through their Microsoft 365 subscription. We will introduce you to Microsoft Copilot and what benefits it ultimately brings users. 

What is Microsoft Copilot?

Copilot is a new feature inside the Microsoft 365 productivity suite that provides users the help that they need to fully utilize the software. How does this work? 

Remember Clippy, the little paperclip that would help you format your Word Documents? It’s sort of like that, but also, it’s nothing like that. 

Copilot is a completely integrated artificial intelligence that can help users be more efficient and productive. The best part is that the AI works throughout the Microsoft 365 suite. Let’s take a look at how Copilot can help users in each application.

  • Microsoft Outlook - Microsoft’s enterprise email application is improved in several ways. Users can summarize long email chains so that they don’t have to fish through replies to get the necessary information they need. Copilot can also be used to quickly mark important messages while also helping users author clear and concise messages.
  • Microsoft Teams - Teams is Microsoft’s collaboration app. Not only does it streamline the scheduling process for meetings and other events, it can also help users catch up on missed meetings with a summary of what was discussed. 
  • Microsoft Word - Copilot can help anyone improve the tone and wording of their writing inside the word processor. It can also be used to help drafting and formatting documents. 
  • Microsoft PowerPoint - Copilot can help transfer data to new decks and can come up with speaker notes to enhance the value of presentations. 

With the power of AI at your fingertips, the Microsoft 365 productivity suite can help your employees be more productive, more organized, and build a level of unprecedented efficiency to help your business stay competitive. If you would like to learn more about how Microsoft 365 can help your business, give our knowledgeable IT professionals a call today at 708-781-7110.

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