In this episode, Captain Jeff Teper, President of Collaborative Apps and Platforms at Microsoft, discusses recent updates and innovations at the company. The conversation takes place in Las Vegas after Jeff’s 90-minute keynote, which touched on community, Copilot technology, New Teams, SharePoint updates, OneDrive experiences, Lists features, and IT admin and
Jeff highlights the recent “wave of AI” impacting Microsoft 365, Teams, Viva, Security, and Loop. The most significant announcement is the integration of AI services and value into SharePoint. Listen in to hear Jeff’s insights on these developments and more.
“Jeff Teper is your Copilot” 🎙 – The Intrazone podcast - Microsoft Community Hub
Microsoft has announced the Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program, which will be a paid preview available to an initial wave of 600 customers worldwide. The company has been testing Copilot since March with 20 enterprise customers, including Goodyear, General Motors, The Walsh Group, and Avanade, who have provided positive feedback, saying that Copilot has the potential to revolutionize work, particularly in meetings and creativity. The customers have also identified areas where Microsoft can improve Copilot, such as needing more conversational, multi-turn interactions. Microsoft plans to use this feedback to refine Copilot as it brings it to more customers, helping them adapt to this new way of working.
Microsoft 365 Copilot Early Access Program 2023
“It’s been exciting to pilot with Microsoft during this defining and groundbreaking moment of AI, and I can see how advances like this could alter the future of work. As our team has tested the technology, we’ve received great feedback about Copilot in Teams. The ability to ask questions during a meeting is fantastic and the action items list and meeting summaries are very useful features. While Copilot is still early in its development cycle, we’re excited to see what’s next!”