Bing Enterprise Chat enabled by default for all

There are a lot of great things happening in the generative AI space these days. Microsoft is determined to be a part of this revolution, and they have announced a lot of coming services. One of the new features that was released a few weeks ago was the Bing Chat Enterprise (BCE) which is a new feature that enables your organization to use AI-powered chat for work while keeping your user and business data protected.  BCE is available in preview to Microsoft 365 customers with E3, E5, A3, A5 (faculty only), Business Standard and Business Premium licenses, but not to customers in government clouds.  At first BCE was an opt-in feature, but it is now turned on by default for eligible customers who have not previously opted out of it. Should your organization want to opt-out of BCE, it is possible to do so through the BCEAdmin panel   BCE and Bing Chat might seem similar, but Bing Chat does not offer commercial data protection and should only be used for personal use. BCE will now be availa

Updates for Outlook and Teams Mobile

There Chat details will get a facelift in the Teams mobile app. The app gets a more modern look, but also a better set of features. When you are in a group chat, you can easily identify members, files available in the chat and get some suggestions on apps to use.

The update is automatic and has started to roll out. It should be available for all by the end of July, according to the roadmap.

Microsoft Loop components are getting available in Microsoft Outlook Mobile. This will make it easier to collaborate for users not in their office, or users who do not have a computer at their disposal. Here is guide on how to work with Loop Components There are four pages, one for Teams, one for  OneDrive and SharePoint, One for Syntex and one about storage and permissions.