“If you don’t save your data to someone else’s computer then we can’t monetize it.”

I know they’re not explicitly selling SkyDrive or OneDrive or whatever it’s called now, but they kinda are.

What’s funny is, this file is stored in an encrypted container that does live in the cloud. 😄

Edit: Thanks to user @NoneYa@lemm.ee I now know about F12 in Office applications to bring up the “classic” Save As… dialog. Today I learned!

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    1 month ago

    Can you have a word with my boss as we use windows, teams, outlook, copilot, azure, visual studio professional, c# .net.

    We do support Facebook too and use Typescript react. Not sure who runs GraphQL maybe hitler.

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      1 month ago

      Yeah fair enough, same shit where I work too. It’s a little crazy how protective they are of their proprietary secrets, but they just straight up rely on microsoft to handle all the data, be it via email, cloud services, or that Sharepoint shit. I wonder how many companies would have their secrets exposed if that data was ever stolen from the MS servers?