Nov 10 2016 10:07 AM
Nov 10 2016 10:10 AMSolution
May 18 2017 12:15 AM
Any news on Whobot? A "still working on it" would be great :)
This is THE feature that will have me push for a switch at our company.
Jul 20 2017 10:52 AM
Apr 11 2019 11:46 AM
@Jeremy Thake @Bill Bliss can you clarify who "owns" the WhoBot? It's listed as an external app in the Teams admin center which, for our organization, means lots more scrutiny and approvals are needed. This would be fine if I could find any clear documentation on security, privacy, etc.
Is this a Microsoft created bot as I suspect? If so, why is it listed as an external app? If not where can I find security and privacy details?
Trying to deploy this bot but can't until security concerns are answered.
Thank you in advance for any clarity you can provide!
Nov 19 2019 11:07 AM - edited Nov 19 2019 01:56 PM
@Jason Miller I did not see this question until today when I was searching for something else.
Who bot was created by, and is operated by, Microsoft (specifically, the Teams team). The only reason it's not on by default is that data in transit goes through LUIS (Language Understanding Intelligent Services) which is not (entirely) Office 365 compliant. All data is anonymized (no one knows who's saying what) and no data is logged there, so there are no real privacy or security issues to be concerned about, but since that's true we can't turn it on by default.
Nov 19 2019 11:41 AM