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#214614 20-May-2017 17:00
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I am reading this report "Independent review of the Ministry of Social Development's decisions relating to the IT system used to capture individual client level data" (PDF download).

 

I can't copy parts of the text since it's a protected document.

 

But what a flustercuck, Datacom.





 

 

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  #1785293 20-May-2017 19:08
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SharePoint does tend to try and rip off your face at every opportunity.

 

 








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  #1785311 20-May-2017 19:36
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Maybe that's why I saw an advert for a Datacom SharePoint admin earlier this month?





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  #1785321 20-May-2017 20:28
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Funny.  A few years ago when consulting I did a design project for "important govt agency X" as a contractor for "vendor Y".  X added me to their shared workspace so I could access and update documents.  This was authenticated with RealMe.  Project finished, I left Y and moved on to other things.  About 2 years later I logged into RealMe for the first time since for some other personal reason and found I was still a member of X's shared workspace.  I could see, open, update all documents just like when I worked with Y.  

 

I emailed X and Y immediately and let them know.  A few days later they finally got around to removing my access.

 

I'm sure this kind of thing happens all the time, this MSD/Datacom thing is no surprise.  


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  #1785324 20-May-2017 20:35
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Jeeez! Fustercluck is an understatement!


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