Elasticsearch and Panzura

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No, you don’t have to hide under your desk. They won’t be searching you. Elasticsearch is a new service developed by global data center provider phoenixNAP to search and store massive amounts of metadata (data about data, for instance logs) as objects in the cloud. The service works in conjunction …

How a Bluebeam User Group Can Benefit You

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The AEC industry is constantly evolving and adapting to new technology, whether it be in the office or on the jobsite. One way for professionals to keep up with the ever-changing landscape is to embrace cooperation and work together through sharing best practices, trends or tips and tricks. User groups …

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Trending in Revit 2020

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As the most popular building information management tool in use, Revit continues to build on previous functionality. New features and enhancements, some of which were suggested and voted upon by Revit users on the Autodesk Ideas Forum, offer better workflows for creation, optimization and connection. Following are a dozen favorite …

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Rebuilding America’s Infrastructure: What the Experts Say

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According to the US Chamber of Commerce, our nation’s infrastructure is in serious disrepair. We’re talking roads, bridges, airports, railroads, energy, water delivery, and sewer systems. In a February 2019 report, the Chamber advocates investing in infrastructure improvements sooner rather than later and encouraged the enactment of a federal infrastructure …

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When Construction Looks Like Manufacturing

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Collaboration is the cornerstone of any successful construction project, especially a large project. It is the key to ensuring that all parties involved are working toward the same goal with as few setbacks and costly errors as possible. Healthcare and hospital construction are some of the most demanding construction projects …

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Prefab-itats For Humanity

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In 2018 alone, over 26,000 homes were lost to wildfires in the US. Statistics by the Insurance Information Institute indicate that the top ten states at risk for wildfire are California, Colorado, Texas, Arizona, Idaho, Washington, Oklahoma, Oregon, Montana and Utah. One area in which housing was devastated by wildfire …