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Make Remote Training Work for Your CAD Users — and Your Boss Article
Make Remote Training Work for Your CAD Users — and Your Boss   26 Aug, 2020

CAD Manager Column: In-person and remote training may require different tools, but the end goal — and the need to get senior management on board — remain the same. More>>

Dell Positions Petite Workstation as Perfect Fit for Pandemic-Squeezed Workspaces Article
Dell Positions Petite Workstation as Perfect Fit for Pandemic-Squeezed Workspaces   25 Aug, 2020

With a starting price just under $600, the Dell Precision 3240 Compact aims to limit consumption of budget dollars as well as desktop space.More>>

Workstation CPU Cores and Clocks: An Inconvenient Tradeoff Article
Workstation CPU Cores and Clocks: An Inconvenient Tradeoff   20 Aug, 2020

Herrera on Hardware: The inverse relationship between core count and frequency presents a tricky tradeoff to navigate when choosing a CAD workstation CPU.More>>

Sponsored: AECOM Redesigns Busy Highway and Railway Intersection in South Florida Using 3D Modeling Sponsored
AECOM Redesigns Busy Highway and Railway Intersection in South Florida Using 3D Modeling    17 Aug, 2020

Bentley Systems OpenRoads helps the infrastructure firm develop a visually engaging informational model within a connected data environment.More>>

Whose CAD Is It, Anyway? Part 3 Article
Whose CAD Is It, Anyway? Part 3   12 Aug, 2020

CAD Manager Column: A recent attack on GPS juggernaut Garmin shows that any company can be vulnerable to potential losses when data is stored in the cloud. More>>

How Can Engineering Simulation Software Reach Smaller Businesses and Less-Experienced Users? Article
How Can Engineering Simulation Software Reach Smaller Businesses and Less-Experienced Users?   5 Aug, 2020

Viewpoint: In the quest to the fill this gap in the software market, open-source simulation tools are underrated as potential democratization drivers.More>>

Mobile Workstation White Paper: Testing Performance vs. Notebook PC
When it comes to visual computing for CAD, these two machines are very different — and the numbers show why. In this 12-page white paper, you'll find component comparisons; performance on CAD computing workloads; and explanations of reliability and ergonomics factors. Sponsored by Lenovo. Download your copy.


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Take the Gradual Path to BIMWhite Paper: Take the Gradual Path to BIM. Implementing building information modeling (BIM) can be a daunting challenge, but you don't have to take on everything at once. Learn how small, incremental advances can yield big benefits over time. Download your paper today!