Office 365 Weekly Digest | 2020-49

Welcome to the November 30 – December 6, 2020 edition of the Office 365 Weekly Digest.

There were eighteen additions to the Office 365 Roadmap last week, including updates for Teams, Exchange, SharePoint, Forms, Outlook (Windows, iOS), Microsoft 365 admin, Microsoft 365 Compliance, Azure Information Protection, and Azure Advanced Threat Protection.

One new event has been added – “Microsoft 365 Virtual Training Day: Building Microsoft Teams Integrations and Workflows” with Part 1 on Thursday, December 17th and Part 2 on Friday, December 18th. This week’s spotlight event is the “Microsoft 365 Virtual Training Day: Meeting Organizational Compliance Requirements” session on Wednesday, December 9th from 9am – 1pm Pacific.

Highlights from last week’s blog posts include what’s new in Microsoft Teams and SharePoint for November 2020, the general availability of the “Add to OneDrive” feature, and the introduction of the SharePoint Success Site, which helps drive adoption and users get the most out of SharePoint.

Noteworthy items from last week include the “What’s New with Microsoft 365” video for November 2020, the November 2020 update for Project for the web, the “Admin Simplified View” for the Microsoft 365 admin center, and information on changes to Microsoft Productivity Score to further bolster privacy for customers.


OFFICE 365 ROADMAP

Below are the items added to the Office 365 Roadmap last week…

Note: The Estimated Release dates listed below are subject to change. The direct link provided for each item can be used to determine if the estimated release date has been updated since the time of publication.

DescriptionFeature IDEstimated ReleaseDetails
Azure Information Protection: Microsoft 365 Groups – support for Sensitivity Labels in Government Community Clouds67158December CY2020Added: 30 November 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: AIP, M365 Groups, GCC
Microsoft 365 Groups will soon support Sensitivity Labels to help you manage privacy and external access. When an admin creates a sensitivity label in the Microsoft 365 security center or Microsoft 365 compliance center, a new site and groups settings page will allow the admin to specify privacy settings for Microsoft 365 Groups and group-connected team sites and whether or not groups created with the label can have external users. Once the labels have been configured published by the admin, users can apply them to groups they create.
Azure Advanced Threat Protection: Microsoft Defender for Identity – Auditing capabilities68885June CY2021Added: 30 November 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: AATP
Defender for Identity will offer audit logs for most activity types, allowing administrators to track changes to administrative settings and configurations. These activities will be published to the audit log accessible from the Microsoft 365 security & compliance center.
Microsoft 365 compliance center: Third-party data connectors68896March CY2021Added: 30 November 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: M365 Compliance, GCC
Use data connectors to import and archive third-party data from social media platforms, instant messaging platforms, document collaboration platforms and more, to mailboxes in your Microsoft 365 organization where you can then apply various Microsoft 365 compliance solutions to the imported data. This helps you ensure that your organization’s non-Microsoft data is in compliance with the regulations and standards that affect your organization.
Microsoft Compliance center: Information barriers for GCC68898January CY2021Added: 30 November 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: M365 Compliance, GCC
Information barriers is a compliance feature to restrict communication and collaboration between two groups to avoid a conflict of interest from occurring in your organization.
Microsoft Teams: Tasks publishing and reporting for Firstline Workers59719January CY2021Added: 01 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: Teams
The Tasks publishing and reporting features will include several manager and team member experiences specific to targeting, assigning and completing activities, in addition to features for Headquarters for reporting and audit trails. Task publishing experience for central offices include: Corporate audit view to track tasks across FLW locations, Firstline manager desktop view with reporting and filters, and Firstline Worker mobile view to review tasks assigned.
Access: Dataverse and Microsoft Teams Connector68897June CY2021Added: 01 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: Access
We are providing a collaborative platform for you to integrate your data and applications into the cloud/mobile-based world through Dataverse as well as Microsoft Teams, while continuing to preserve the Access Desktop value. This opens a realm of opportunities to share and collaborate on your apps & data in our consistently growing Teams and Power Apps/Dataverse ecosystems.
Exchange: Application Access Policy Support in EWS68901January CY2021Added: 01 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: Exchange
We will be introducing support for Application Access Policy in EWS. Application Access Policy enables an administrator to access control an AppOnly app to a specific set of mailboxes by specifying an inclusion or exclusion list. Administrators who want to limit the 3rd party app access to a specific set of mailboxes can use the ApplicationAccessPolicy (AAP) PowerShell cmdlets to configure access control.
Outlook for Windows: Every meeting online66021January CY2021Added: 01 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: Outlook – Windows
Update your settings to make every meeting you create a Teams Meeting by default so you no longer need to remember to click the Teams Meeting option.
Microsoft 365 admin center: Feedback from your organization coming to the admin center68899December CY2020Added: 02 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: M365 admin
This feature enables admins to view feedback submitted to Microsoft by organizational users about their experiences with Microsoft 365 applications. The new feedback view will be under the Health node in the Microsoft 365 admin center.
Microsoft 365 admin center: Aggregated views of Service Health across partner-managed tenants68900January CY2021Added: 02 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: M365 admin
Partner admins with delegated administration privileges relationships for managing multiple tenants can see aggregated views of service health incidents and advisories affecting all managed tenants. The new views are targeted at admins to draw actionable insights and proactively support their customers. The multi-tenant Service Health view pulls together all incidents and advisories affecting your managed tenants so you can constantly monitor the health of your services.
SharePoint: Updated Tag column for images68902March CY2021Added: 02 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: SharePoint
Image tags are automatically created and includes descriptive labels when they are uploaded into SharePoint within Microsoft 365. This improves Microsoft Search results. With the new update, people will be able to manually add or remove tags from this column using freeform text or from the managed metadata service (your company taxonomy). Additionally, we are designing a new flow trigger in Power Automate that will allow programmable actions based on these tags.
Microsoft Information Protection: Manual sensitivity labeling available in Office apps for DoD76504February CY2021Added: 04 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: MIP, DoD
Sensitivity labels, part of the Microsoft Information Protection framework, are used to classify and protect your organization’s data. Applying sensitivity labels is easy — keeping customers productive and protected. You can now apply sensitivity labels to important documents and associate the labels with protection policies within the Outlook and Word / Excel / PowerPoint applications. The labels can also be associated with actions like encryption and visual marking.
Microsoft Information Protection: Sensitivity labels extend to assets in Azure68889December CY2020Added: 04 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: MIP
With the new Microsoft Azure Purview, you can now extend the reach of your MIP sensitivity labels and the value from built-in sensitive information types to a much broader set of data locations and data types. Use existing sensitivity labels or create new sensitivity labels via the Microsoft 365 compliance center to extend security and compliance intent to data assets in Azure.
Microsoft Teams: Presenter View in Teams Meetings68903January CY2021Added: 04 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: Teams
Presenters can view slide notes and upcoming slides helping the presenters keep the meeting on track, discuss meeting notes as needed and navigate to meeting slides quickly.
Forms: Email Receipt and Download Response Options Now Available68904December CY2020Added: 04 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: Forms
In the form settings, Forms designers can now enable the function for respondents within their organization to get an email confirmation that they completed the form. Within this email, there will a link to their response to the form. This function also enables respondents both within and outside of your organization to download (and thereby print) their responses to the form on the “Thank you” page of the form (after they submit the form).
Microsoft Teams: Live reactions in Teams Meetings68905February CY2021Added: 04 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: Teams
React during a meeting using emojis that will appear to all participants.
Outlook for iOS: format options for signatures74940February CY2021Added: 04 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: Outlook – iOS
The text box to create a signature for your mobile email messages will support HTLM format if you cut and paste from another source as well as provide bold, italics, underline, links and images formatting options.
Microsoft Information Protection: Automatic and recommended sensitivity labeling available in Office apps for DoD76502February CY2021Added: 04 December 2020
Status: In development
App / Service: MIP, DoD
Automatic and recommended sensitivity labeling, based on content inspection, is natively built into Office apps within Outlook and Word/Excel/PowerPoint applications on Windows (in the Office 365 subscription version of the Office apps) and Office Online.

UPCOMING EVENTS

Microsoft Teams can help your employees stay connected and collaborate with each other, especially in the current unprecedented time where remote work is a reality of employees around the world. Being able to chat, do video meetings and collaborate on Office documents within Teams can help companies stay productive. Whether you are a small business, a non-profit or a large organization, you can get started with Teams within Microsoft 365 or Office 365 suite – even before deploying any other Office app or service. Join Microsoft Teams experts as we review Teams implementation for collaboration, chat and meetings. We’ll share key configurations, considerations, best practices, and resources to get your users up and running quickly. After this session, you will be able to: (1) Recognize key success factors for technical and user readiness, (2) Identify pre-requisites and tenant setup for your environment, (3) Install the Teams clients appropriate for your organization, (4) Configure policies that enable your preferred user experiences, and (5) Leverage collaboration features to enhance remote work scenarios.

Designed for those who are already familiar with Microsoft Teams, our ‘Go Deeper’ sessions offer insights and best practices. Learn how Teams can help organize your workday and make it easier to stay connected with colleagues. Learn tips and tricks for managing and organizing work and communications in Teams. After this session, you will be able to: (1) Leverage formatting best practices to help get your messages noticed (and responded to), (2) Easily find files, chats and projects, (3) Implement strategies to manage and organize your work, and (4) Simplify your workday. Note: This session was previously called ‘Learn tips for taking Microsoft Teams to the next level – Part 2’.

Are you looking to ensure users have optimal experiences with meetings and voice capabilities in Teams? During this session, we’ll discuss tools, reporting and best practices to help you manage service quality — from establishing a proactive  strategy to resolving common quality issues as they arise. We’ll build upon best practices from Teams experts and make it real with examples of common scenarios that may arise as your organization embraces meetings and voice capabilities in Teams. Join us for an expert-led workshop for guidance on key resources and actionable insights to manage audio and video quality with Microsoft Teams. Your users will thank you for it! After this session, you will be able to: (1) Define key service metrics and user experience factors for quality, (2) Recognize concepts and metrics in core tools and resources that help you assess usage and quality, (3) Identify key indicators of poor experience in common scenarios and relevant actions to address, and (4) Establish a proactive quality management strategy to ensure optimal user experience.

Discover everything you need to facilitate a successful upgrade to Teams. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: (1) Understand why a formal plan is crucial for upgrade success, (2) Identify the steps to the upgrade success framework, (3) Recognize common attributes of successful customers, and (4) Create and implement their own upgrade plan. The audience for this session is All (Business Sponsors, IT Admins, User Readiness/Change Manager, Project Lead).

Join Microsoft Teams experts as we review how you can deploy commonly-used applications directly within Teams, enabling your users to work more efficiently and effectively by accessing everything they need in a single interface. This foundational workshop covers basic capabilities across app management and security. With over 400 out-of-the-box applications available (and growing), you’re sure to find an app, or two, that your team can begin using today in Teams. After this session, you will be able to: (1) Identify suitable apps to meet the needs for your organization, (2) Recognize common attributes of successful app deployment, (3) Navigate security and compliance considerations for Teams’ apps, and (4) Determine the next steps to deploy an app to your environment.

Determine the most suitable approach based on your current Skype for Business implementation and upgrade goals. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: (1) Understand common scenarios and upgrade approaches, (2) Visualize the user experience for each approach, and (3) Determine the optimal upgrade approach for your organization.  IT Admins are the primary audience for this session.

Join Microsoft Teams experts as we review high-value scenarios including incident management (help desk), employee engagement, and productivity that can be enhanced through simple integrations in Teams. We focus on popular enterprise applications your users may already be using every day. Come see how easy it is to connect your systems, increase automation, and deliver improved experiences by bringing the apps your organization relies on into Teams. After this session, you will be able to: (1) Understand common app integrations for Teams across multiple scenarios and user personas, and (2) Understand third-party apps available for key scenarios.

Design a user readiness strategy to help your users love and adopt Teams. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: (1) Recognize factors that influence user acceptance and adoption, (2) Define core value messaging for Teams in your organization, and (3) Outline your awareness, training and support activities. The audience for this session is: User Readiness/Change Manager.

Have you spent significant time and resources to prepare for a meeting and still felt it wasn’t productive? Have you attended a meeting only to leave feeling like not much was accomplished? Join this class to learn how to make your meetings engaging, productive and effective. Microsoft Teams can help make your meetings worth showing up for. After this session, you will be able to: (1) Use Teams for your entire meeting experience, (2) Record your meeting, making it easy for those who couldn’t attend to get caught up, (3) Keep important meetings at your fingertips by pinning them for easy access, and (4) Assess which audio and video devices are best for your meeting needs.

Are you ready to add PSTN calling capabilities to Microsoft Teams? Join Microsoft Teams Engineering subject-matter-experts as they demystify the options for adding PSTN calling to Teams, provide you with best practices for configuring calling options and show you how to monitor call quality. After this session, you will be able to: (1) Understand the history of voice services in Microsoft products, (2) Identify what calling options in Microsoft Teams are right for you, (3) Configure your calling options in the Teams admin portal, and (4) Monitor and use call quality tools in Teams.

Do you want to get more done in Teams? Receive targeted and timely updates? Access services directly through Teams? Apps let you complete tasks, receive updates and communicate. This session introduces you to the key activities needed to get started with adding applications, bots and connectors in Microsoft Teams today. Through a series of live demonstrations and best practices, you’ll leave this session with everything you need to start using apps in Teams. After this session, you will be able to: (1) See how applications, bots and connectors can help you be more efficient while working in Teams, (2) Select an application, bot or connector for your workspace, (3) Install an application, bot or connector, and (4) Use an application, bot or connector in your workspace.

Leverage the intelligent and integrated Microsoft solutions to help your organization achieve its compliance goals by joining the Microsoft 365 Virtual Training Day: Meeting Organizational Compliance Requirements free one day online training session. Level 200-300 (Intermediate to Advanced) content. Technology covered: Data classification, labeling, governance, policy violation remediation, eDiscovery, audit, risk assessment. In this session you will: (1) Learn to use intelligence to identify, protect and govern your important data, (2) Learn to intelligently identify and remediate critical insider threats and risks, (3) Learn how to use the latest eDiscovery and audit capabilities to find relevant data and respond efficiently, and (4) Learn how to simplify and automate IT risk assessment.

Working from home offers the opportunity to maintain your workflow while allowing flexibility in how and where you get your work done. Shifting to a remote worker status can be an adjustment as you look for ways to balance home and work life, maintain focus and be fully productive. Microsoft Teams can help you stay connected to your team while providing access to all of the tools and resources you need to get your work done. Join us to learn tips that can help set you up for success as you transition into a ‘work from home’ scenario. During this session, we’ll share: (1) Guidance for setting up your home environment for work, (2) Best practices for maintaining your workflow while working at home, (3) Tips for staying connected to your team while remote, and (4) Insights for effectively supporting a remote team.

Designed for those who are already familiar with Microsoft Teams, our ‘Go Deeper’ sessions offer insights and best practices. Learn how Teams can help organize your workday and make it easier to stay connected with colleagues. Explore ways to determine the best approach for creating workspaces for projects and workgroups. After this session, you will be able to: (1) Determine the best approach for your collaboration needs (chat versus teams & channels), (2) Create workspaces for your team to provide the best teamwork experience​, and (3) Determine best practices in Microsoft Teams​ to enhance productivity. Note: This session was previously called ‘Learn tips for taking Microsoft Teams to the next level – Part 1’.

Execute your defined upgrade approach as part of your formal upgrade plan. By the end of this workshop, participants will be able to: (1) Recognize the upgrade settings in your O365 tenant admin portal, (2) Understand technical tips and considerations for a successful upgrade, and (3) Apply the appropriate settings in the Portal to execute your upgrade. The primary audience for this session is IT Admins.

Whether you are switching from Skype for Business or brand new, join us to learn the basics of how to use Teams to chat with your colleagues and collaborate on projects. Through a series of live demonstrations and best practices, you’ll leave this session with everything you need to start using Teams. After this session, you will be able to: (1) Set up your profile and notifications in Microsoft Teams, (2) Use chat and calling for 1:1 and group conversations, sharing and collaboration in Microsoft Teams, (3) Schedule and conduct meetings in Microsoft Teams, and (4) Align your team and teamwork in Microsoft Teams.

When: Wednesday, December 16, 2020 from 9:00am – 11:00am PT | Millions of new Microsoft Teams users are looking to you, the developers, to create engaging and unique application experiences on Teams. In this two-hour livestream on Learn TV, you’ll learn: (1) Why you should consider building apps for Teams, (2) How to get started building apps for Teams in VS Code, and (3) Where you can integrate your apps in the Teams user experience. Quickly get started learning how to build these apps and stick around for some fun trivia and prizes.

In this training, you will learn how to protect your organization’s identities, data, applications, and devices across on-premises, cloud, and mobile – end to-end using the latest tools and guidance. This event covers intermediate to advanced content (level 200-300) and includes the following technologies: Threat Protection, Information Protection, Identify and Access Management, Security Management. In this workshop you will: (1) Increase level of understanding on how Microsoft delivers security across Microsoft 365, (2) Increase knowledge of security features and solutions, and (3) Connect with local technical experts and FastTrack resources.

Remote work requires smarter workflows. Microsoft 365 Virtual Training Day: Building Microsoft Teams Integrations and Workflows shows you how the Microsoft Teams developer platform makes it easy to integrate your apps and services to improve productivity, make decisions faster and create collaboration around existing content and workflows. Join us to learn how to build apps for Teams and create integrated, people-centered solutions that can transform productivity in your organization, whether you’re on-site or working remotely. During this two-part training event, you will explore how to: (1) Build modern enterprise-grade collaboration solutions with Microsoft Teams, (2) Transform everyday business processes with Microsoft 365 platform integrations for Power Platform, SharePoint and Microsoft Office, and (3) Use the wealth of data in Microsoft Graph to extend Microsoft 365 experiences and build unique intelligent applications.

To support your efforts to deliver and deploy updates to the Windows 10 devices being used by remote, onsite, and hybrid workers across your organization, and manage those devices effectively, we are continuing our series of weekly “office hours” for IT professionals here on Tech Community. During office hours, we will have a broad group of product experts, servicing experts, and engineers representing Windows, Microsoft Endpoint Manager (Microsoft Intune, Configuration Manager), security, FastTrack, and more. They will be monitoring the Windows 10 servicing space and standing by to provide guidance, discuss strategies and tactics, and, of course, answer any specific questions you may have. Office hours are text-based; there is no audio or virtual meeting component. To post a question, you just need to be a member of the Tech Community. Simply visit the Windows 10 servicing space and click Start a new conversation. At the start of office hours, we’ll pin a post outlining the individuals on hand, and their areas of expertise. Can’t attend at the designated time? Again, no problem. Post a question in the Windows 10 servicing space up to 24 hours in advance and we’ll make sure we review it during office hours.


BLOG ROUNDUP

This blog post outlines all the great Teams features released in November 2020, including AI-based noise suppression, polls in Teams meetings, the ability to start an instant meeting from your mobile device, call merge, Microsoft Teams displays devices, pinned posts, set presence status duration, general availability of the Power Apps app for Teams, and many more!

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This post includes all the SharePoint and related tech updates that rolled out in November 2020. This is the all-inclusive roadmap release recap for all things SharePoint and related technology. November 2020 brought some great new offerings: SharePoint site performance page, ‘My Feed’ web part, Lists undo and redo, at-a-glance and key points in sharing emails, an updated SharePoint tab app in Teams, new Microsoft Graph connectors, and more. All the features listed began rolling out to Targeted Release customers in Office 365 as of November 2020 (possibly early December 2020).

“Where can I find that file?” It’s a question we’ve all asked our colleagues, our teams, and, most often, ourselves countless times but not anymore. We are happy to announce our previously disclosed feature Add to OneDrive is now generally available. Now, instead of figuring out the who sent us that file or remembering the original location of the shared content, we can swiftly get back to the files we need, directly within our OneDrive. Add to OneDrive makes it easy to add a shortcut to the shared folders directly to our OneDrive. Shared folders include content that others have shared with us through their OneDrive, which surfaces in the “Shared with me“ view or content that is a part of a shared library in Microsoft Teams or SharePoint. With Add to OneDrive, not only can we bring all our shared content into one place, but we can also work with the shared content with the same power and flexibility as if they are files we own. This means we can easily sync and access these folders from anywhere on any device; securely share and co-author files in the added folder; and stay up to date with @mentions, activity, and notifications. Added folders respect all existing policies, compliance, and security settings, too. | Resource: Add shortcuts to shared folders in OneDrive for work or school

To help our customers drive adoption and get the most out of SharePoint, we are launching the new SharePoint Success Site. The SharePoint Success Site is a ready to deploy and customizable SharePoint communication site that helps your colleagues create high-impact sites to meet the goals of your organization. The SharePoint Success Site builds on the power of Microsoft 365 learning pathways which allows you to train end users via Microsoft-maintained playlists and custom playlists you create. To help your colleagues get the most out of SharePoint, the SharePoint Success Site comes pre-populated with site creation inspiration and training on how to create high quality and purposeful SharePoint sites. The SharePoint Success Site is not just about creating high impact sites – organizations need users to meet their responsibilities as site owners and to adhere to your organization’s policies on how SharePoint is to be used. The SharePoint Success Site includes a page dedicated to site creation and usage policies that should be customized to fit the needs of your organization. | Resource: Introduction to the SharePoint Success Site


NOTEWORTHY

Format: Video (8 mins) | This month, we cover the availability of Polls in Microsoft Teams to help conduct more engaging and informative meetings, Noise suppression in Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Endpoint Data Loss Prevention which lets organizations enforce policies to identify and prevent risky sharing of sensitive information, how to use web capture in Edge to easily capture what’s on your browser, OneNote feed, and more!

Many features that are requested through Microsoft UserVoice appear on the Microsoft 365 Public Roadmap when they are in development and within months of being rolled out. New features include Export to Excel, Quick Look Column, and Customization in Project. Coming soon you will be able to configure custom email notifications and attach files to tasks so you can link your tasks to the relevant documents. | Related: Export your entire project to Excel

While organizations of all sizes use Microsoft 365, very small businesses (VSBs)—those with 10 or fewer people—have very different needs from medium and enterprise customers. When it comes to using cloud services, VSBs tend to focus on the productivity essentials like using Office to share information, using calendars and email, and using Teams to communicate with their customers. To help VSBs also focus on the administrative essentials, we are introducing a new experience in the Microsoft 365 admin center called the admin simplified view. This experience can be used by Global admins in any organization that has Microsoft 365, but it is designed primarily for VSBs. The experience provides you with access to users, teams, and billing information in one view, and it guides you through simplified flows of top actions to take, such as adding users, installing Office, and enabling Teams, email, and calendaring. To revert to the complete admin center experience, you can click Dashboard view.

This blog post outlines all the great Teams features released in November 2020, including AI-based noise suppression, polls in Teams meetings, the ability to start an instant meeting from your mobile device, call merge, Microsoft Teams displays devices, pinned posts, set presence status duration, general availability of the Power Apps app for Teams, and many more!

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There’s been a lot of conversation about Microsoft Productivity Score—a tool that helps organizations measure and manage the adoption of Microsoft 365. We’ve heard the feedback, and we’re responding by making changes to the product to further bolster privacy for customers. This post outlines the changes we’re making to protect individual privacy, while still giving organizations the data-driven insights they need to manage their digital transformation. We recognize that the shift to remote work this year has brought new challenges and stresses to employees across the world, and there’s a clear need to help people learn how to use technology to navigate the new normal. Productivity Score gives IT administrators the insights they need to help their people get the most from Microsoft 365. Old habits die hard, but even small changes can make a big difference. For example, research has shown that when people collaborate and share content in the cloud (instead of emailing attachments), they can save up to 100 minutes a week. At Microsoft, we believe that data-driven insights are crucial to empowering people and organizations to achieve more. We also believe that privacy is a human right, and we’re deeply committed to the privacy of every person who uses our products. As part of that commitment, we’re making the following changes to Productivity Score: (1) we’re removing user names from the product, and (2) we’re modifying the user interface to make it clearer that Productivity Score is a measure of organizational adoption of technology—and not individual user behavior. | Resource: Productivity Score Overview

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