Autodesk Announces the Retirement of Multi-User (Network) Subscriptions

Today Autodesk announced the discontinuation of multi-user (previously called network) subscriptions. As part of this announcement, Autodesk also introduced a trade-in offer for current multi-user customers in advance of all multi-user licenses being retired on May 7, 2021. This announcement comes less than a month after Autodesk increased the suggested retail price (SRP) of new … Read more

Task Management for CAD and BIM Managers

How to say no when workload exceeds your CAD/BIM management bandwidth

Rejoining Timmons Group as their Design Technology Manager, I’ve found myself in a lot of meetings. The context of these meetings has ranged from standup chats with our production staff to formal meetings with our leadership team. Getting to know my new colleagues is exciting, but also an exercise of endless introductions. Introductions allow us … Read more

The Anatomy of a Top-Rated Autodesk University Presentation

The Anatomy of a Top-Rated Autodesk University Presentation

Autodesk University 2019 begins on November 19th, 2019 in Las Vegas, NV. With class selections made, presenters are feverishly working on their presentations. While every presenter strives to deliver a world-class presentation, not all do. I’ve had the privilege of speaking at Autodesk University for more than a decade. While I’d love to tell you … Read more

Autodesk University 2019 Community Voting Now Open

It may seem premature to begin thinking about Autodesk University this soon in the year, especially since the conference doesn’t begin until November 19,2019, but that’s precisely what time it is. Like the outside temperatures, planning for this year’s conference is heating up. More than 1,100 hopeful speakers from nearly 50 countries submitted over 2,400 … Read more