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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#280)   11 Apr, 2012

Autodesk 360 Moves AutoCAD 2013 to the Cloud: Whether you plan on using it or not, you need to explore Autodesk's new cloud solution — it will change the way we use AutoCAD.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#312)   5 Apr, 2012

Open BIM Aims to Overcome Collaboration Challenges of Modern AEC Workflows: New buildlingSMART initiative provides common definitions, requirements, and branding for building projects.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#113)   4 Apr, 2012

Tech Trends: BIM vs. GIS. When it comes to managing facilities and infrastructure, which technology provides the information that you need in the way you need it? The answer might be: both.More>>

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Cadalyst Poll: Type of Computer Used for CAD   1 Apr, 2012

Spring 2012: What type of computer do you use primarily for CAD-related work?More>>

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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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MCAD Tech News (#324)    22 Mar, 2012

Luxology Launches Modo 601 and New CAD Loaders: Updates take the content creation solution to a new level of support for the 'CAD to ad' workflow.More>>

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Webcast: Digital Signatures, Hosted by Cadalyst and ARX   21 Mar, 2012

John Marchioni, vice-president at ARX, leads attendees through the basics of digital signature technology for the AEC workflow and a look into the functionality of the CoSign digital signature solution. Followed by a Q&A. More>>

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Digital Signatures: Achieving new levels of efficiency & collaboration   20 Mar, 2012

PPT slide deck for March 20, 2012 live webcast presented by Cadalyst and ARX.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#311)    15 Mar, 2012

Help users transition to BIM; Bentley discusses results and plans for the future; AEC events; and more.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>>