Have you ever wished you had a smart assistant that could help you with various tasks at work, such as generating content, analyzing data, summarizing documents, learning skills, writing code, and more? If so, you might be interested in Bing Chat Enterprise, a new feature from Microsoft that gives your organization AI-powered chat for work with commercial data protection.
What is Bing Chat Enterprise?
Bing Chat Enterprise gives your organization AI-powered chat for work with commercial data protection. With Bing Chat Enterprise, user and business data are protected and won’t leak outside the organization. What goes in—and comes out—remains protected2.
Chat: When users ask questions in chat, it’s called a prompt. In the above screen shot I need comparison of Crowd Strike with Microsoft Defender for Business, “is a Prompt”. Those prompts can send generated searches (also known as queries) to Bing, and the resulting answer is called a response. User and business data is protected and won’t leak outside the organization.
What can Bing Chat Enterprise do for you?
Bing Chat Enterprise can help you with various tasks at work, such as:
Generating content: You can ask Bing Chat Enterprise to create content such as blog posts, articles, summaries, presentations, emails, etc. based on your keywords, topics, or outlines. You can also ask Bing Chat Enterprise to rewrite, improve, or optimize your existing content.
Analyzing data: You can ask Bing Chat Enterprise to analyze or compare data from different sources, such as Excel files, web pages, databases, etc. You can also ask Bing Chat Enterprise to create charts, graphs, tables, or reports based on your data.
Summarizing documents: You can ask Bing Chat Enterprise to summarize long or complex documents into concise and easy-to-understand summaries. You can also ask Bing Chat Enterprise to extract key points, facts, or insights from your documents.
Learning skills: You can ask Bing Chat Enterprise to teach you new skills or concepts related to your work or interests. You can also ask Bing Chat Enterprise to quiz you on your knowledge or provide feedback on your learning progress.
Writing code: You can ask Bing Chat Enterprise to write code for you based on your specifications, requirements, or examples. You can also ask Bing Chat Enterprise to debug, test, or optimize your code.
How can you get started with Bing Chat Enterprise?
Users can only access Bing Chat Enterprise through a work account by signing in with the same Microsoft Entra ID they use to access Microsoft 365 services such as SharePoint or Outlook.
Bing Chat Enterprise is available for users of Microsoft 365 E3, E5, Business Standard, and Business Premium
To get started with Bing Chat Enterprise, you need to have a Microsoft 365 Business Premium or E3 or E5 subscription and enable the preview feature in your admin center. Once you do that, you can access Bing Chat Enterprise from any browser or device by visiting https://www.bing.com/chat/enterprise3.
You can also integrate Bing Chat Enterprise with Microsoft 365 Copilot, a new feature that allows you to ask questions and get answers from the web in the context of your enterprise data4. To use Microsoft 365 Copilot, you need to install the Microsoft Edge browser and sign in with your work account.