Copilot (formerly Bing Chat Enterprise)

Copilot, formerly Bing Chat Enterprise, gives Texas A&M employees access to AI-powered chat with data protection. Employees can use Copilot to get work done faster, boost creativity, or support customers.

  • Chat data is not shared with Microsoft or used to train their AI models.
  • Use chat to quickly generate content, analyze data, summarize documents and more!
Texas A&M Faculty learning about Microsoft Copilot next to the Copilot logo


You know your data is protected when you log in with your NetID and password and see the green “protected” badge. You should also see a message confirming 'Your personal and company data are protected in this chat' above the chat input box and on top of every chat answer.

Copilot Training


Explore more Microsoft Copilot features.

How-To Documents

Our favorite tips to get started with Microsoft Bing Chat

Looking for more?

Get the most out of Microsoft Copilot with video courses.

Microsoft 365: Copilot Training Video

Streamlining Your Work with Microsoft Copilot

Learn how Copilot can perform a wide variety of tasks and help you streamline your entire workflow, from generating ideas and summarizing data to solving common work problems such as planning itineraries, scheduling, and communicating with coworkers.

Microsoft 365: Copilot Training Video

Copilot at Texas A&M

View the Copilot demonstration to learn how to generate content, analyse data, summarize documents, boost creativity and more, all while being secure.

Texas A&M Staff learning to use Microsoft 365 Applications

Need customized training for your unit?

Technology Services will work with you to provide access to specialized Microsoft 365 training. Click the link to schedule a consultation or email to get started.