Copilot for PowerBI

Copilot for PowerBI is now coming out in preview, and the feature will be enabled for all tenants. The feature can enhance data interaction and report creation using generative AI. If the organization is not ready for this roll-out, there are ways to restrict this feature based on security groups. There are controls to include or exclude groups.  One concern organizations have is the possibility of data being processed in a datacenter in a different region than their tenant. This can also be controlled by not allowing the usage of datacenters outside your region. Sign into the admin portal for PowerBI and check the settings associated with Copilot

Google Chrome; Is it any good

I’ve been trying out Google Chrome for a few days, and here are my thoughts about it.
It is light, It is fast and it really works well. So why did I go back to IE and Opera? To tell you the truth? GC is to “light”. Here is a list of “complaints”, and possible areas of improvement:

- I couldn’t find anywhere to control plugin modules, or where/how to granulate cookie control. I am not saying CG is bad, but I like the illusion of control. And CG doesn’t give me that illusion.
- I miss an easy way to enable/disable features on the fly (like I do in my Opera)
- I miss how IE uses Zones for enabling features in “secure” zones, and disable them when surfing other Internet sites.
- The “intelligent” autofill for domain names is clearly programmed for .com .org
- And then there are the little small things I have gotten used to, like how the favorite folder in IE is always available, and returns to the same subfolder when you want to access a new favorite. The “home” button (without having to create it as an bookmark first).
- Finally, there are several sites not working (or behaving badly) in the Beta browser, like facebook live and other java enabled sites

I will however, not give up on CG. I’ll just wait and see if some of the features I use a lot will be available in a future release. And as I said, It is really fast and good. I liked the look, and layout. And the fact that it is not MS :)