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    Default Using Microsoft Teams as a server replacement

    Hi everyone. Just wondering if anyone is/has used Microsoft Teams as a server replacement?

    To clarify, having all your project files on Teams to allow people in different geographic locations to collaborate on the same project.

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    Default Re: Using Microsoft Teams as a server replacement

    Teams is just really a UI for sharepoint.

    No, we are not using this storage for .DWG files.
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    Default Re: Using Microsoft Teams as a server replacement

    Quote Originally Posted by rkmcswain View Post
    Teams is just really a UI for sharepoint.

    No, we are not using this storage for .DWG files.
    You beat me to the sharepoint comment.

    While my company uses Teams to collaborate and share a lot, the CAD files/Revit models and almost all other project files are still placed on a central file server.
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