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Rules of File Referencing   9 Jun, 2011

From the Trenches: These rules will help you keep multi-person CAD and BIM projects in order on a file server.More>>

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Have the BIM Truth Talk with Your Boss, Part 2   8 Jun, 2011

Readers share their struggles with managing their managers' expectations.More>>

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CadFaster|Collaborate for Autodesk Revit 2011   2 Jun, 2011

First Look Review: Also available for SolidWorks and coming soon for mobile use, new plug-in facilitates real-time, interactive model reviews.More>>

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Bentley Launches New Licensing Model and Interoperability Software Portal   17 Mar, 2011

Portfolio Balancing and the iWare Apps site offer users new ways to manage their software investment — and to access some tools for free.More>>

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CAD Users, Vendors, Resellers: Cyon Research Needs Your Input   7 Mar, 2011

Two surveys will paint a picture of engineering software market and how users are implementing CAD, CAE, PDM, PLM, and BIM tools.More>>

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Newforma Adds Mobile Functionality, Revit Connectivity, and Contract Management   3 Mar, 2011

New modules extend reach of Newforma Project Center Eighth Edition, the company's core project information management solution.More>>

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Disk Mirroring for Free   9 Feb, 2011

CAD Manager's Toolbox: RoboCopy is a powerful, fast way to move files between offices.More>>

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Don't Get Lost in CAD-to-BIM Translation   9 Feb, 2011

Get everyone on the same page by mapping out the inputs and outputs for your next project — in very specific terms.More>>

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Windows Explorer vs. SolidWorks Enterprise PDM   27 Jan, 2011

Solid Thinking Tutorial: Two project data management systems face off over project storage, managing revisions, and tracking an engineering change order.More>>

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Will BIM Make CAD Irrelevant? At Larson & Darby, the Answer Is 'No'   26 Jan, 2011

A transition to Autodesk Revit doesn't need to be an all-or-nothing proposition. Day to day, AutoCAD still gets the job done eloquently.More>>