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Modernize Your Document Review Workflow with BIM 360

Carol Dunn

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With BIM 360, you can now create cloud-based review processes for your project. This will allow you to manage and view the review process from anywhere, plus review, mark up and comment on a document…

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Who is ESRI and Why Do They Matter?

Brian Hailey

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At Autodesk University 2017, something happened on the main stage that many people through the years believed would never happen. Jack Dangermond, president of Esri, and Andrew Anagnost, CEO of…

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5 Ways You Can Avoid Herding Cats in Your Plant 3D Implementation

David Wolfe

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Overseeing the implementation of new software can be like herding cats – many moving parts that can leave you scarred and take bites out of your productivity. Those bites result in rework, conflict,…

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5 Ways the New Revit Release Can Transform You into a Rock Star

Carol Dunn

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If Mick Jagger were a Revit user, what would he sing about? Well, if he could work with new Revit 2020, it might be, “wild horses couldn’t drag me away.” Revit just keeps getting better and better.…

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Customer Success: AutoCAD Programming

Carol Dunn

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Bill needed his AutoCAD programmers to move into the 21st century. His current custom programming was developed in the late 80s and 90s and built on AutoLISP and Visual Basic (VBA). Much of the old…

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System Requirements for Revit 2020

Rabi Sidawi

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On April 18, 2019 Autodesk published its authoritative article on the system requirements for Revit 2020. The list is especially helpful because the main hardware configurations are workflow-related.…

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How to Save Data Storage Costs with Panzura and AWS Intelligent-Tiering

Douglas Dahlberg

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S3 Intelligent-Tiering is an Amazon S3 storage class that analyzes an Amazon Web Service user’s stored data and automatically moves it between storage tiers based on usage frequency. It is designed…

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3 Dozen Features We are Excited About in the New Releases

Carol Dunn

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If you’re in the AEC industry, design software has become a huge part of your world. When you’re on a deadline, it seems like it can also consume a huge part of your day. The newly-released Autodesk…

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Bridging the Gap: Construction Project Management

Todd Weyandt

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Time and time again subs rise above and beyond, despite all the complexities and obstacles thrown their way. In this conversation, we are talking with eSub Construction Software about how subs can…

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6 Horrible Mistakes in Prefabrication

Carol Dunn

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The pre-construction phase of any project is critical: understanding the job flow, determining materials, bringing subs up to speed. So many things can go wrong on a project, sometimes it’s daunting.…

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