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Microsoft Copilot is priced at a fixed rate of 
$30 per user per month, offering a consistent pricing model regardless of industry, organizational size, or existing Enterprise Agreement discount levels. While the upfront cost may raise eyebrows, it’s essential to consider the broader cost impact and potential return on investment (ROI) that Copilot can deliver.

How Microsoft Copilot for Microsoft 365 pricing works?

To harness the full potential of Microsoft Copilot, it’s essential to ensure that your organization holds an eligible Microsoft 365 or Office 365 subscription license. These include Microsoft 365 E3, E5, A3, or A5, as well as Microsoft 365 Business Standard or Premium, and Office 365 E3 or E5.

Once you’ve verified your eligibility, acquiring Copilot subscription licenses is straightforward. Simply assign an eligible Microsoft 365 plan license alongside a Copilot license to each user within your organization who will benefit from its capabilities.

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Get Your Organization Microsoft 365 Copilot-Ready

Azure offers hundreds of products and services, and its pricing is consumption-based, so it can be complicated to pin down exact prices. However, Microsoft offers three main pricing models for its cloud resources:

Microsoft Copilot Licensing Frequently Asked Questions

Copilot for Microsoft 365 represents a new paradigm in work, where AI and organizations collaborate for increased productivity. By integrating large language models (LLMs) with tenant data from Microsoft Graph and the Microsoft 365 apps, Copilot for Microsoft 365 helps turn natural language words into a powerful productivity tool.

Unlike other AI assistants, Copilot leverages Microsoft Graph, allowing it to access and utilize your organization’s specific data to provide more relevant and personalized assistance. Additionally, it focuses on enhancing your existing workflow within the Microsoft 365 ecosystem.

Microsoft emphasizes the security and privacy of your data with Copilot. It adheres to Microsoft’s comprehensive security approach and aligns with your organization’s existing security and compliance policies.

In addition, getting your organization’s information ready for search — with Just Enough Access permissions in place is a best practice, whether you plan to deploy Microsoft 365 Copilot or not.

If your organization has the necessary licenses and you meet the requirements, contact us today to learn how to activate it within your specific Microsoft 365 environment. If you are unsure where to start or need assistance with:

  • Getting your organization’s information ready for search — with Just Enough Access permissions in place. This is a best practice, whether you plan to deploy Microsoft 365 Copilot or not.
  • Putting Microsoft 365 Copilot prerequisites in place. This includes the having the right Microsoft cloud apps and services running for each user with access to Microsoft 365 Copilot.
  • Assigning Microsoft 365 Copilot licensing to users and groups to provide them access.
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To start using Copilot, your organization needs to meet certain technical requirements and enable specific features. Users must have a Microsoft 365 E3 or E5 license and an Azure Active Directory account to access Copilot features, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneDrive, Outlook, Loop, and more. Once Copilot is available to your organization, make sure your users are on the Current Channel or Monthly Enterprise Channel for Microsoft 365 apps to access Copilot in desktop clients.
Microsoft 365 Copilot is generally available for enterprise customers worldwide since November 2023. As of January 15th, 2024, Copilot for Microsoft 365 is now available for seamless transactions through the Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) program. To learn more about its release, read this article.

1. Activate Copilot:

Contact your IT department to confirm Copilot availability and inquire about the activation process within your specific Microsoft 365 environment.

2. Launch a Supported App:

Open any compatible Microsoft 365 application like Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.

3. Utilize Copilot’s Suggestions:

As you work within the application, Copilot will offer relevant suggestions based on context and your typing patterns.

4. Enhance your Workflow:

Select suggestions from the panel to expedite tasks like summarizing text, rewriting sentences, or creating presentations.

5. Personalize the Experience (Optional):

Access the settings menu within Copilot to adjust the suggestions based on your preferences.

6. Provide Feedback (Optional):

Utilize the user interface to share feedback on the accuracy and relevance of Copilot’s suggestions. This helps improve the tool over time.
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