In July this year, Microsoft announced that Microsoft workplace analytics was officially launched. This new enterprise analysis solution can provide rich and executive insights for enterprise communication and collaboration, and help to make more effective business decisions. < / P > < p > at present, Microsoft workplace Analytics has been integrated into the Microsoft 365 enterprise plan in the form of an extension. It can use metadata such as office365 e-mail and calendar (including sending and receiving messages, calendar, subject line and timestamp) to create behavior indicators, so that managers can know what happened in the organization. < / P > < p > and a key factor in insight is productivity score, which is between 1 and 800. By analyzing your electronic interactions (e.g., time spent on e-mail, time in meetings, and time after work), it tells your leaders that Microsoft thinks you are rated for your productivity. < / P > < p > although Microsoft sold the product to optimize the work of managers, New Republic pointed out that it could also be used to “optimize” companies based on unproven metrics. < / P > < p > they are particularly concerned that Microsoft will mainstream micro monitoring of employees as a recognized part of their work life, based on unproven and dubious benefits. The technology is now particularly likely to be adopted, so many workers are working out of sight of managers. IPhone 12 whole family barrel model exposed: it’s a tribute to iPhone 4