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CAD Management Vision: From Good to Great, Part 1 Article
CAD Management Vision: From Good to Great, Part 1   27 May, 2020

CAD Manager Column: Whether your workplace is tolerant of errors or trained on excellence, Jim Collins’s book has helpful advice for all CAD managers who are seeking greatness.More>>

Boxx Expands into Remote Workstations with Help from Cirrascale Article
Boxx Expands into Remote Workstations with Help from Cirrascale    21 May, 2020

With many employees forced to work from home, remote datacenter workstations make more sense than ever — and the arrival of Boxx Cloud Services couldn’t be more timely.More>>

Support Better Workflows with CAD Standards 3.0 Article
Support Better Workflows with CAD Standards 3.0   13 May, 2020

CAD Manager Column: CAD managers who get bogged down in bits and bytes without seeing the larger workflow picture will always struggle. To achieve the best project outcomes as efficiently as possible, you must standardize workflows.More>>

Step Up Standards to Fend Off File-Management Disasters Article
Step Up Standards to Fend Off File-Management Disasters   21 Apr, 2020

CAD Manager Column: In the age of CAD Management 3.0, are you struggling with a patchwork of legacy and modern file-management systems? Start improving your situation by considering your company environment.More>>

GTC 2020 Reveals How Nvidia and Partners Plan to Leverage GPUs to Advance CAD Article
GTC 2020 Reveals How Nvidia and Partners Plan to Leverage GPUs to Advance CAD   15 Apr, 2020

Herrera on Hardware: The annual conference — which was transformed this year from an in-person event to GTC Digital — made it clear that traditional 3D graphics is becoming a smaller piece of the puzzle.More>>

Standards Psychology for CAD Management 3.0 Article
Standards Psychology for CAD Management 3.0   7 Apr, 2020

CAD Manager Column: Some users will follow standards willingly; for others, you’ll need a strategy that incorporates education, audits, and a basic understanding of human nature.More>>

Vendors Alter Plans and Policies to Support CAD Community During COVID-19 Crisis Article
Vendors Alter Plans and Policies to Support CAD Community During COVID-19 Crisis   29 Mar, 2020

The companies that supply designers and engineers are changing license terms to support working from home, and taking in-person gatherings online to help keep attendees safe. More>>

Ten Tips for Success with Online Meetings Article
Ten Tips for Success with Online Meetings   27 Mar, 2020

From simplifying your CAD environment to smiling, here are ten simple ways you can improve your online meeting experience when you’re working from home.More>>

AutoCAD 2021 Helps Users Travel into the Past — of Their Drawings Article
AutoCAD 2021 Helps Users Travel into the Past — of Their Drawings   25 Mar, 2020

The latest release of Autodesk’s venerable 2D/3D CAD software application includes a Drawing History feature, which enables users to see how their drawings have changed over time, and compare past versions with the present. More>>

Autodesk Delays Implementation of Named-User Licensing Approach Article
Autodesk Delays Implementation of Named-User Licensing Approach   24 Mar, 2020

CAD Manager Column: The move from perpetual or floating network licenses to named-user licenses has been pushed out to August 2020, but it is definitely still happening — so CAD managers need to prepare now.More>>

Design and Engineering Technology White Paper: Top Trends for 2020
Get this free guide to read insights and predictions from eight CAD software companies about how CAD and related technologies are changing. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download here!


The Why and How of CAD StandardsWhite Paper: The Why and How of CAD Standards
CAD standards are a much more complex — and perplexing — challenge than in the past. This 15-page guide includes Robert Green's entire four-part series of CAD Manager columns on standards, explaining how to craft standards for the modern CAD ecosystem and more. From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.


A CAD Manager's Guide to Reducing ErrorsWhite Paper: A CAD Manager's Guide to Reducing Errors
This guide from Cadalyst compiles three of Robert Green's well-respected CAD Manager columns: a two-part series on adapting quality control techniques for CAD, and an overview of common CAD management mistakes. Get on the path to greater efficiency, fewer mistakes, and better results! From the editors of Cadalyst. Download your copy.




Fabulous Freebies for CAD Users - 2020 Edition