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LiveLab Learning Orientation

In IT Services by Ryan Cunningham2 Comments

Ready to get started in LiveLab Learning? Applied Software has put together an orientation video to help you easily set up your LiveLab Learning environment so that you can get the most out of this great service. So what are you waiting for? Start learning!

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System Requirements for Revit 2019

In All, Architecture and Engineering, Construction, IT Services by Rabi SidawiLeave a Comment

On April 17, 2018 Autodesk published a very useful article about the System Requirements for Revit 2019. What’s great about it, is that the main hardware configurations are workflow related. Below I have outlined a modified SUMMARY of my top recommendations: Minimum: Entry-Level Configuration Microsoft Windows 10  64-bit Enterprise, or Pro …

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O365 is Sold Here!

In All, IT Services by Douglas DahlbergLeave a Comment

Did you know that Applied Software also offers Office 365 and Azure products? Applied Software offers a wide selection of great products. One of my personal favorites are the Microsoft Office 365 products. Not only is Microsoft Office the product everyone uses it is the most flexible.   Depending on your …

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Robots In the Workplace

In All, IT Services by Clinton CookLeave a Comment

Robots In the Workplace   Recently we heard Autodesk CEO Andrew Anagnost discuss automation in the workplace and the effects it will have on our workforce during his keynote presentation at Autodesk University this year. I share his optimistic view and I think the below video summarizes Andrew’s thoughts of …

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Bad Rabbit – Ransomware Outbreak

In All, IT Services by Douglas DahlbergLeave a Comment

Bad Rabbit – Ransomware Outbreak   There is a worldwide outbreak of the Bad Rabbit Ransomware.   Below is an excellent article on what you need to know to protect yourself.   Read on and be safe.    https://blog.knowbe4.com/worldwide-bad-rabbit-ransomware-outbreak-starts-with-social-engineering

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Security Alert – CCleaner Users Beware

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Security Alert – CCleaner Users Beware   CCLeaner  – Certain versions of the product made available between August 15,2017 and September 12, 2017 contained malware added by a hacker.   Please see attached article for more details. https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/how-to/security/ccleaner-malware-incident-what-you-need-to-know-and-how-to-remove/

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Blueborne exposes Millions of devices

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Blueborne exposes Millions of devices   Armis labs revealed a new attack vector that exposes millions of devices that use bluetooth.  The attack is as close to actual airborne virus in the computer world that you can imagine.  This story is so under reported due to other recent news stories (Equifax, …

To Uninstall/Reinstall? That Is The Question!

In All, IT Services by Jason PorterLeave a Comment

Most of us are well aware of the licensing change that is going on with Autodesk software.  The move to subscription software from traditional perpetual licenses has left some users questioning. . . “Do I need to uninstall my current software and reinstall it with my subscription serial number for …

Autodesk Offers Cloud Based Workflow Software

In All, IT Services by Clinton CookLeave a Comment

Autodesk Offers Cloud Based Workflow Software Autodesk is beginning to promote a new free offering called Praxis. Praxis is similar to Microsoft Visio for workflow mapping with the exception that Praxis is currently being offered for free and it is also cloud based. It could be used as a great …