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Oh my … that's close, but I got a laugher as it feels "wrong". Perhaps it's my impression only, as the imitation is incredible, but I think this AI tries too much to be impressive and this causes a lot of fun … at least in my head ...
I have been Sharepointed, the PCB I was working on I uploaded to Sharepoint along with the documents. This is per-company policy for security and integrity of projects. I just needed to check something on one of the documents, it has gone(!) the PCB project has been corrupted (Gerbers gone, extra blank pages put in). Thank I kept a copy on my desktop (and two memory sticks, one in a draw, the other in my pocket). Please tell me I'm alone has sharepoint eaten anything of yours or am I alone?
sharepoint? not dead yet?
even ms have stopped talking about it - it's that child they pretend doesn't exist.
On-prem SharePoint servers, maybe, but it seems to be a pretty big part of Office 365. It's "just there", so it makes sense I guess for people to just start using it as a document repository, if nothing else.
There are a couple of levels of recovering stuff that has been deleted. We have several people who keep quotes up there. They work jointly on some of them. Being somewhat paranoid, I wrote a console program that downloads anything changed or created to the file server every night.
That said, I don't think they have ever lost anything. How many document levels (history) do you keep?
Sharepoint is an excellent idea that was/is poorly implemented although it has improved.
If you can keep your head while those about you are losing theirs, perhaps you don't understand the situation.