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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#338)   25 Feb, 2015

Recapturing your "CAD mojo" through learning; using the Crucial system scanner for memory upgrades; and more.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#337)   11 Feb, 2015

Autodesk makes a move toward subscription-only access; Windows 10 is on the way; and more.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#336)   28 Jan, 2015

CAD Management Predictions for 2015: During the next year, you'll see a variety of technology trends in your workplace. What will happen with BIM, the cloud, and more?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#335)    14 Jan, 2015

How Much CAD Software Can You Manage? How many programs are you responsible for — three? Four? Or more? Learn how to allocate your time and skills to best avoid problems.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#334)   10 Dec, 2014

Autodesk University from a CAD Manager's Viewpoint: How are CAD managers faring this year — and what can they expect in 2015?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#333)    12 Nov, 2014

Change Happens: Change is inevitable, so how can you make it easier to manage?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#332)   22 Oct, 2014

Get Your Point Across to Management — Quickly: Use an elevator pitch to get your management team's attention and help your users.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#331)   8 Oct, 2014

One Vendor's Remedy for Software Management Headaches: Autodesk's new Application Manager utility promises to help CAD managers more easily maintain CAD software throughout its lifecycle — but what does it do, exactly?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#330)   24 Sep, 2014

Push the Panic Button on CAD System Translations: If your company intends to use a risky translation-based workflow, examine it carefully — it may be up to you to raise the alarm.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#329)   10 Sep, 2014

Choose Your Battles: You don't have the time and energy to pursue every single thing that might improve your CAD users' efficiency — so prioritize, then push for the changes that have a big impact.More>>