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CAD Managers Unite!

22 Jul, 2014 By: Robert Green

CAD Manager's Toolbox: The author's Facebook group provides a place for CAD managers and users to share tips and ask questions.


Over the past few years I've maintained a Facebook group that has become an increasingly robust resource for all of us. I encourage you to join up and participate in a great group of talented individuals.

If you've never joined a Facebook group before, here's a quick rundown of how the process works:

  • Log into your Facebook account and search for "CAD Managers Unite!"
  • Click the "Join Group" button to be added to the group.
  • Once your membership is added, you can post/answer questions, start conversations, share resources, and interact with the group (about 800 corporate CAD managers at present).

Although any topic is fair game, the group tends to focus on solving tricky hardware and software configuration issues, management interaction, and training issues. In short, the group is a place where CAD managers can ask targeted questions and take advantage of the unique expertise that only other CAD managers have in a relaxed social environment.

Come participate in CAD Managers Unite!
Come participate in CAD Managers Unite!
 

Over the next few weeks I'll be collecting CAD manager feedback on cloud-based CAD via some open requests for comments and survey posts. Why not make your opinions known?


About the Author: Robert Green

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