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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#251)   18 Nov, 2010

Prove Your Worth! Quantify your value as a CAD manager by calculating your own personal ROI.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#250)   27 Oct, 2010

CAD Manager's Survey 2010, Part 2: Robert Green examines survey results about compensation, job security and workloads, corporate spending and training, and authority in the workplace.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#249)   13 Oct, 2010

CAD Manager's Survey 2010, Part 1: How much money do CAD managers make? Do they work part-time or full-time? These questions and more are answered with the help of your fellow CAD managers!More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#248)   22 Sep, 2010

Your New CAD Management Plan: With economic recovery in sight, now is the time to develop strategies for budgeting, growth, and user training.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#247)   8 Sep, 2010

A Preview of the CAD Manager's Survey 2010: Reader feedback helped create this year's survey, which is almost ready for your input. The topics will include demographic data, CAD standards, training, and much more.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#246)    25 Aug, 2010

Cloud-Based CAD, Part 4. Readers around the globe weigh in with their own experiences — and their predictions for the future of the technology.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#245)   11 Aug, 2010

Cloud-Based CAD, Part 3. CAD can find a home in the cloud — under certain circumstances. What scenarios favor this technology over conventional software?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#244)   28 Jul, 2010

Cloud-Based CAD, Part 2. CAD managers have no shortage of opinions about cloud computing — but what are the reasons for their skepticism?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#243)   14 Jul, 2010

Cloud-Based CAD, Part 1. What is cloud computing, and does it make sense for CAD users?More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#242)   23 Jun, 2010

CAD Management as Overhead: Not everyone appreciated the advice on how to bill CAD management duties during this economy; one reader takes Bob Green to task.More>>