Microsoft Edge: Controls for enterprise secure AI

Microsoft Edge: Controls for enterprise secure AI

Microsoft Edge is introducing a management service that allows administrators to control Enterprise AI features like Copilot in Edge. This will give admins the capability to manage settings and ensure secure usage of AI in the enterprise environment. The release phase of this new feature is set for January CY2024, with a preview date of November CY2023. The platform for this feature will be available on the web and cloud instance on a worldwide standard Multi-Tenant basis. This will allow for more seamless integration and administration across different devices and locations. Full details can be found on the Microsoft Roadmap.

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