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Wednesday, 2 December 2020

Microsoft changes its Productivity Score tool, making it less invasive


Rolled out in October, the Productivity Score tool is turned on by default so businesses can track workers across Word, Outlook, Skype, Excel, and other Microsoft 365 services. It generates scores out of 100 across 73 metrics, including the number of emails sent per day, teamwork, how many times cameras...

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