Up first, bodged UI of the week goes to Adobe’s Frame.io. Try deleting the one and only project and you’ll end up in an infinite loop of Whoops.
But as I settle down into Microsoft 365 Business Premium land, the one thing that really gets my goat is Microsoft’s gaul for charging nearly £30 per user per month for its A.I. Copilot service. With Google Workspace you pay a similar charge, though you can pay monthly and you get a free 30 day trial. With Microsoft, you WILL pay up front for a year and bloody well like it, and there’s no free trial.
Asking customers to rely on your new fancy-pants artificial intelligence service and asking them to fork out the money up front without testing it first is rather cheeky, some would say. I say: Microsoft are taking flippin’ liberties. I have no idea how it works, how well it works, and does it justify a nearly £30 per user per month cost? Google’s Duet didn’t. It was pathetically meagre.