WOW, that must have put a real hurt on the cloud providers.
It got Ad's attention! Mattel is my largest client by far with well over 500 tools a year. Ironic as it may be since they are in China they worry about 3rd party integrations worse than any other country I work with.
So I have around 60 suppliers global that have suppliers themselves and when I sent out the email probably 20 suppliers replied they had been using Fusion and would move to a different system to bring them compliant. The trickle effect must have been much worse once it worked its way down the tiers as I had some pretty interesting conversations with Pat Rainsberry and that one other Fusion development manager thats constantly jaw jabbing on the Fusion forums.
So within one week my little old brokering service took out upwards of 100 seats of Fusion and I guess when asked why by AD they got a detailed explanation, thus getting me involved. I got the same ole lip service "Our service is secure" "No chance of a data breach" But in the end it's the simple fact the data is in a third parties possession that violates most any NDA agreement ever written.
I'd like to think that maybe I have a little to do with this poll they are doing as they are aware I have a meeting with Foxconn in a few weeks where Fusion will be a highlighted topic. Mattels little ole mold and die-cast division would be a grain of sand in the crack of their ass in comparison to Apple, Nokia, Sony Playstation, Xbox, and several other brand eliminating their suppliers that use Fusion!
I'm glad this topic came back up. I just finished building a new machinist forum and I realize now it should have a whole forum node dedicated to Fusion 360.