If your deck is running 5/3 agendas, then I think the current meta makes this an Auto-include for several reasons. First, it 100% cancels the runner's alternate win condition (see my post on the Noise: Hacker Extraordinaire page). Secondly, it works every single turn. With Anarchs having so many ways to trash cards, a steady flow of recursion (and the occasional R&D shuffle) will mitigate the loss of key cards and help keep other big agendas safe. Additionally, its ability is OPTIONAL. You don't have to use it. Lastly, not only does it protect you from the Runner's destructiveness, it also protects you from your own; cards like Accelerated Beta Test and Power Shutdown love Hades Fragment.
The card seems to prefer being in Jinteki a little more than Weyland. Haas-Bioroid recursion actually benefits from having cards in archives, but bring back those recursion cards is really great. NBN is probably the worst fit as it tends to avoid big agendas like these and has Jackson Howard in faction anyways. Jinteki trap decks...yeah. Increasing the trap density in Archives, while putting Snare! back in R&D can get brutal. Weyland: did your first two Scorched Earth not land? No problem. Did you run out of Oversight AI? No problem. It's one of those cards where scoring it early put you WAY ahead.
Pyjam has a really cool point regarding Executive Boot Camp. I suspect we'll see some interesting possibilities develop in the future with this card.