A new version of Windows always incites high emotions. But is this the best way to soothe the skeptics?
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It's heartening when a company admits the limitations of its own products. And of people.
Work/life balance is hard enough as it is right now. Is this entirely necessary, Microsoft?
Redmond wants managers to do something that goes completely against their instincts. Oh, and it thinks employees are soybeans.
This company claims it does what Teams and Zoom don't. Is this the truly human solution for the hybrid work world?
Redmond won't stop until you feel pure adoration for its latest operating system.
When your employees are working from home, managing them is a skill. Some bosses haven't mastered it yet.
Does this explain anything about Microsoft? You decide.
If you never thought you'd see the day this would become so important, well, here we are.
The intentions are good. The grumblings will be considerable.