Thomson Reuters Brings Amazon Alexa to Timekeeping

"Alexa, make sure I'm actually documenting all my billable hours."

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"Alexa, make sure I'm actually documenting all my billable hours."

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  • Beau Mersereau

    Seems like a waste. A more logical place is Cortana on Windows 10...

  • David J. White

    "The Amazon environment is accessed only so that the voice features of the Alexa-enabled device can capture the information and provide it to the Elite systems,” This statement is critical to understanding the privacy and confidentiality (and possibly privilege waiver) issues that this technology raises. Regardless of where the data is ultimately stored, it is passed through the servers at Amazon and stored there as well. This includes client names, hours billed, and any time entry details and descriptions if this feature is allowed. I love the concept and would welcome it for my own time entry, but the full lifecycle of the data needs to be understood to ensure these issues are properly managed.

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