Microsoft Copilot: An Executive’s Guide to Getting Ready
In this on-demand webinar, our experts explain everything you need to know about Microsoft Copilot and its upcoming widespread release.
Microsoft is the next big player in generative AI. With over 100,000 US businesses already using Microsoft 365, adopting the company’s newest native AI features is a natural fit. Copilot is a suite of artificial intelligence products that integrate with existing Microsoft technology, empowering users to draft presentations, write code, analyze data, organize information, and take suggested actions faster than ever before.
Executives want to learn about Copilot and prepare their teams to optimize its power while keeping security top of mind. But, with limited accessibility and disparate information published, knowing where and when to start is challenging.
Watch this on-demand webinar for advice on what executives need to know to implement, secure and adopt Copilot.
By watching this webinar, you’ll learn about:
- What Microsoft Copilot is, and typical use cases for the six products.
- How to get “Copilot ready” while securing and protecting company data.
- When we expect Copilot’s releases and future timelines.
- What Copilot licensing, technical requirements and costs will look like.
- What challenges are associated with adoption, and how to mitigate them.
About the Speakers
Michael McNett | Practice Co-Lead | Modern Workplace
Michael McNett focuses on helping organizations become more productive and gaining a competitive edge by improving their teamwork and collaboration capabilities. By taking a business and people-first approach, Mike partners with clients to guide them through steps that will help them increase their employee engagement and return on investment.
Karina Myers | Practice Co-Lead | Modern Workplace
Karina Myers is an expert in Microsoft 365 governance, security, compliance and process automation. In the past two decades, Karina has worked with organizations to develop and implement complex technology solutions to align with business strategies, promoting secure workflows and user adoption.