We recently hosted a webinar in our highly popular AI series, “Microsoft Copilot: An Executive’s Guide to Getting Ready,” where our Microsoft Modern Workplace experts discussed what leaders must know about preparing to adopt Microsoft’s Copilot AI tools in their organizations.
Thirty-five percent of organizations are already using AI strategically, with 64 percent of these organizations also planning to increase spending on at least two additional AI solutions. And with over 100,000 US companies already using Microsoft 365, adopting the company’s newest native AI tools is a natural next step for many.
Microsoft Copilot is an AI stack that integrates within existing Microsoft technology and empowers users to mitigate security risks, draft presentations, write code, analyze data, organize information, and take suggested actions faster than ever before.
Leaders want a deeper knowledge of the Copilot stack and to get their teams ready to harness its advanced capabilities securely. However, with limited access and information available, determining the optimal starting point and timeline for adoption proves difficult.
The importance of being adequately informed and prepared for this investment is top of mind for many executives. In particular, we found that information security, technical readiness, and workforce readiness were the top concerns for 70 percent of the leaders who attended our event.
In this on-demand webinar recording, our Modern Workplace practice co-leads Michael McNett and Karina Meyers dispel the cloud of confusion surrounding the Copilot rollout. These experts provide an executive’s guide to what leaders must know about preparing for and adopting Microsoft Copilot’s AI productivity tools.
By watching this webinar, you’ll learn:
- What Microsoft Copilot is and typical use cases for eight products in the Copilot stack.
- How to get your data “Copilot ready” while keeping it secure and protected.
- Which Copilot products are available now, and when can we expect other Copilot releases.
- What Copilot licensing, technical requirements and costs will look like.
- What adoption challenges you may face during adoption and how to proactively address them.