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HP_WIN_AEC_2013-10-24   7 Nov, 2013

HP Workstation Innovation News, AEC Edition, October 24, 2013: HP's New Workstations Deliver Power in More Portable PackagesMore>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#310)   23 Oct, 2013

Don't Be Penny-Wise and Computer-Foolish: Using outdated computers for CAD is a false economy that can waste staggering amounts of employee time. Here's how to open management's eyes. More>>

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AEC Tech News (#335)   17 Oct, 2013

Signage Planning Gets a Boost from BIMLink: Wayfinding studio uses software from Ideate to move Revit data into Excel, and vice versa, cutting project time by half and reducing costs.More>>

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GIS Tech News (#124)   16 Oct, 2013

Study Explores How Local Governments Use GIS: Esri Australia and the Surveying and Spatial Science Institute back a research initiative to better understand users' attitudes and capabilities.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#354)   10 Oct, 2013

Cambashi's Observatories Focus on the Expanding Universe of Technical Applications: Tony Christian, director of independent market research firm Cambashi, expects to see steady growth in the global demand for CAD, PLM, GIS, and related software.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#309)   9 Oct, 2013

Stand Up for Job Satisfaction: If CAD management frustrations have pushed you to the breaking point, you can face the problem head-on — but understand the risks first.More>>

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AEC Tech News (#334)   3 Oct, 2013

First Look Review: Autodesk ReCap. Powerful pair of tools easily turns laser scans and photographs into quality visualizations and high-resolution 3D models.More>>

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MCAD Tech News (#353)   26 Sep, 2013

Siemens PLM Shares Strategy and a Glimpse of What's Ahead: As it remains focused on continually shoring up Teamcenter's core architecture, the company announces plans for Industry Catalyst add-on apps designed to address the needs of specific markets.More>>

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CAD Manager's Newsletter (#308)   25 Sep, 2013

Steer Your CAD Management Career: The better you understand your strengths — and how they can help your company — the more effective and valued you will be.More>>