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Autodesk Software Survival Kit

So you’ve purchased your software. . .now what?  Our goal is not to simply sell software, our goal is guide you along your journey to the point where you are ...

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Ransomware: What If It Happens To You

News of the recent ransomware attack on Colonial Pipeline, which disrupted the fuel supply in the Eastern U.S., and the company’s $5-million payment to cyberthieves brought concerns about ransomware to the ...

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Steps to easily transition to Autodesk Named User Accounts

As Autodesk makes the move to the new named user licensing model we are seeing a trend in the most common questions asked by companies. Question 1: Once I take ...

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May 16, 2022

3 Computational Design Trends Redefining AEC Design

As consumers, we live in a landscape of digital change. Innovations are constantly evolving: new products, offerings, technologies, services, and rapid iterations. Consider the sheer volume of new apps on ...

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May 12, 2022

Autodesk Construction Cloud Grows with New Integrations

A May 2022 Autodesk Construction Blog article announced five new integration partners that have joined the open ecosystem of its Autodesk Construction Cloud platform. The newest additions include Agave, Airsquire, ...

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May 11, 2022

BIM: 4 Things to Consider in Your Move from 2D to 3D

In the beginning, implementing building information modeling (BIM) can be intimidating and seem overwhelming. However, your success will be more assured if you go into an implementation well informed about ...

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May 10, 2022

Project Templates – An Introduction

Taking the time to set up a project template can seem like a waste of time to some people. But if you consider how much time is lost, how many ...

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May 9, 2022

Combining Robotics with Modular Construction to Address the Labor Shortage

Fewer people entering the labor force are joining the construction industry, while a substantial number of seasoned workers are reaching the point of retirement. This inopportune coincidence, as recounted in ...

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May 6, 2022

Using Phase-Change Materials for Sustainable Building Envelopes

As demand increases for sustainable buildings, researchers around the world are looking into materials and methods to expand thermal energy options. From the industry that brought us thermal mass floors ...

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May 5, 2022

Applied Software Joins Graitec BIMUp Global Digital Conference

The fourth annual Graitec BIMUp Global Digital Conference will be held online May 10-12, 2022. With the theme “How to Model a More Sustainable World,” the conference focuses on content ...

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May 4, 2022

Optimizing BIM Workflows: People, Process and Technology

Are you at year five or year ten of implementing BIM? If you’re thinking, “We can do better; we can improve on this,” it’s time to work on optimizing results. ...

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May 3, 2022

7 Ways You Can Benefit from Applied Software Changes

When Applied Software announced its new Applied Software Advantage support offering in October 2021, you may have wondered how it might benefit your company. Then, in April 2022, Applied Software ...

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April 29, 2022

End of Activation for Autodesk Versions 2011-2014

As of July 1, 2022, Autodesk will no longer support perpetual license activation for its software versions 2011 to 2014. Autodesk has stated, “Our teams are best equipped to help customers ...

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April 27, 2022

3 Ways Architects Can Influence Carbon Emissions in Construction

Carbon dioxide molecules are a necessary constituent of Earth’s atmosphere and can originate from decomposition, respiration and ocean releases by the oxygen breathing creatures that inhabit it. It’s when the ...

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April 26, 2022

Why More MEP Contractors Are Relying on BIM-Enabled Workflows

The prevalence of building information modeling (BIM) in the construction industry has continued to grow over the past 40-plus years. According to a Construction Executive article, large contractors with complex ...

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