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Leaked: Microsoft bans employees from using Slack, Kaspersky… even GitHub use is discouraged

betanews Saturday, 22 June 2019
A leaked document has shed light on what it is like to work at Microsoft. It reveals the software and online services that Microsoft either prohibits or discourages employees from using, and there are some big names on the list. One of the most well-known tools to be slapped with a ban is Slack, with others including the grammar checker Grammarly and security software from Kaspersky. The cloud-version of Microsoft-owned GitHub features on a list of "discouraged" tools and services. See also: Microsoft releases Windows 10 20H1 Build 18922 to the Fast ring Microsoft releases Chromium-based Edge for Windows 7… [Continue Reading]
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