Microsoft may have a way to make difference A more enticing option for meetings: Have the AI handle the dirty work. company release Teams Premium offer for Microsoft 365 that uses artificial intelligence to dramatically simplify meeting management. Notably, the Smart Summary feature automatically creates assignments, chapters, and even custom highlights. You miss a review meeting and you might know what parts to watch when catching up, not to mention what you’ll need to work on.
Premium also uses AI to translate captions in real time for 40 spoken languages, so you don’t always need to wait for post-truth translations to understand what happened. Meeting guides automatically make the “correct” options for discussion as well.
Other upgrades include support for virtual appointments (think doctors and consultants) as well as “high-quality” webinars. Enhanced protection for sensitive data adds secret stickers and watermarks, so an unscrupulous coworker can’t do it Trade secret theft Just by taking screenshots during presentations.
We’ve asked Microsoft for details about availability and 365 plans needed to use Teams Premium. The service really does make the company’s strategy clear. He hopes to counter the likes of Google Meet and Zoom by making Teams indispensable to companies that don’t always have the time or money to create summaries and translations. However, Microsoft’s competitors They don’t stand still – Premium add-ons may become a necessity after a long time.
Update 10/13 11:10AM ET: Microsoft told Engadget that Teams Premium will be available in February at $10 per user, per month. You’ll need an eligible Microsoft 365 plan if you want to add to existing services. We have shared the full list below.
project. Microsoft / Office 365 E1, E3, E5
small business. Microsoft Teams Essentials (Azure AD), Microsoft 365 Business Basic, Business Standard, and Business Premium
front line. Microsoft 365 F1, F3, and Office 365 F3
education. Microsoft / Office 365 A1, A3, A5
Government. Microsoft / Office 365 G3 and G5
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