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How Asset Management Bolsters Cybersecurity

IT Asset Management (ITAM) involves the practice of planning the buying, storing, usage, assignment, reporting or recycling of IT related equipment. It is often called inventory management due to the number of technical items used in IT systems such as laptops, servers, Wi-Fi routers, software licenses, and cloud computing services.

In knowing about the benefits with incorporating an IT asset management system in your organization, you'll need to find the right inventory system to effectively integrate with. That's why having a proper web-based inventory system like ITIS will help any leader make informed business decisions to fully utilize available resources, cost savings, and make smart investments towards IT asset management solutions!

Make Copilot Your Everyday, Personal AI Companion

We are entering a new era of AI, one that is changing how we relate to and benefit from technology. One of these capabilities that utilize AI experiences so well is Microsoft Copilot, your everyday AI companion. It is a simple and seamless experience, available in Windows 11, Microsoft 365, and in the web browser alongside Edge and Bing.

Here’s what you can expect from Copilot:

Copilot in Outlook helps you stay on top of your inbox and create impactful communication in a fraction of the time.

Copilot in Word transforms every part of the writing process to make you more creative and efficient.

Copilot in Excel enables anyone to analyze and visualize data like a data analyst.

Copilot in Loop unlocks the power of shared thinking, helping teams cocreate, stay up to date, and pick up where others left off.  

Copilot in OneNote helps you stay organized, prepared, and act. 

Copilot in Stream helps you find the insights and information you need from a video—in the Microsoft Stream web app or anywhere Stream videos work across Microsoft 365 apps—in seconds.  

Copilot in OneDrive helps you find all the insights and information you need—without ever opening a file. 


Copilot has already begun to roll out in its early form as part of the free update to Windows 11, in Sept. 26 but will finish rolling out across Bing, Edge, and Microsoft 365 Copilot this fall.


In the end, Copilot will help empower you to create faster, complete tasks with ease, and lessen your load, making complicated tasks, simple. Microsoft has also made accessing the power of Copilot seamless as it’s located on the taskbar helping alongside all your apps, when at work, school, and home.  

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