CAD Manager's Newsletter
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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#279)   28 Mar, 2012

AutoCAD 2013 from the CAD Manager's Chair: You've heard about some of the new features already, but how will this release affect your users and their workflows?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#278)    14 Mar, 2012

A Mobile CAD Reality Check, Part 2: Phones and tablets won't take the place of your workstation, but they can make field operations more efficient.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#277)   22 Feb, 2012

A Mobile CAD Reality Check: There's a lot of buzz around the technology right now, but does it hold any value for your users?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#276)   8 Feb, 2012

Choose the Right CAD Workstation Components: You've got a limited budget for new hardware — learn how to get the most performance bang for your buck!More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#275)    25 Jan, 2012

The Minimalist's Guide to CAD Software Upgrade Decisions: It's a chore you'll have to tackle sooner or later, so apply this methodology and make your evaluation as quickly as possible. More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#274)    11 Jan, 2012

2012 Predictions for CAD Managers: Identifying important technology trends now will help you prepare for the year ahead.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#273)   14 Dec, 2011

CAD Manager's Survey 2011: The results are in, and they show that job conditions are moving in a positive direction once again.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#272)   9 Nov, 2011

What CAD Cloud? Latest CAD Manager's Survey verifies that CAD in the cloud, for the most part, isn't happening yet.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#271)    26 Oct, 2011

Your Own Private CAD Cloud: Too worried about data security and service stability to take advantage of Internet-based computing? Put those concerns aside by building a low-cost, in-house network.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#270)   12 Oct, 2011

The Minimalist's Guide to In-House Training: Instructing users about new techniques and correct procedures is necessary, but it takes time. Use these tips to streamline the process.More>>