August 18, 2023
At a Glance
- Businesses can now access their own private, customizable ChatGPT via Microsoft's new open-source project on GitHub.
- Users can deploy enterprise-ready ChatGPT with privacy controls to protect their data.
ChatGPT on Azure Solution Accelerator allows users to deploy and run ChatGPT privately – providing a similar user experience to the standard ChatGPT while not exposing company data when using it.
Companies including JPMorgan Chase, Amazon, Verizon and Accenture all barred staff from using ChatGPT for work. Employees at electronics giant Samsung face termination if they use ChatGPT after staff members were found to have input sensitive company data into the OpenAI chatbot.
The open-source enterprise solution contains built-in guarantees around the privacy of user data – keeping enterprise information you put in fully isolated from those operated by OpenAI. All network traffic can be fully isolated to the individual user’s network too.
ChatGPT for enterprise – Microsoft’s open-source project to give businesses access to their own private chatbot. Credit Microsoft
Users can access both the basic GPT 3.5 and premium GPT-4 versions of ChatGPT. Users can also tweak how they want ChatGPT to respond via the new Custom Instructions feature.
While it is open source, those looking to use ChatGPT on Azure for enterprise will need an Azure subscription with access to the Azure OpenAI service.
OpenAI is working on a ChatGPT for business but that will be a subscription offering. Separate from its $20-a-month ChatGPT Plus, ChatGPT for business would see users pay a rolling fee in exchange for greater control of their data when using the chatbot.
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