Autodesk Offers Free Access to Cloud Collaboration Products

Autodesk Offers Free Access to Cloud Collaboration Products autodesk covid 19

Here in the United States, the last week has seen practically every aspect of daily life turned in its head. Schools closed, public places have closed, and instead of driving to work, many of us now walk to work as a matter of social distancing. Of course, calling it walking to work is but an

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

Autodesk Announces the Retirement of Multi-User (Network) Subscriptions autodesk multi user subscription changes

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

Autodesk 2019 New Features Webinars by The CAD Geek

Autodesk 2019 New Feature Webinar Series

Last week, the technical team at CADD Microsystems came together to put Autodesk’s 2019 products through their paces. I already shared my first impression of AutoCAD 2019 several weeks ago, but the purpose of last week was to look at the holistic portfolio of products. We tested out the new features and collaboarated with one

Touring the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco

Touring the Autodesk Gallery in San Francisco autodesk gallery lego

If you ever find yourself in San Francisco, do yourself a favor and visit the Autodesk Gallery. Over the years, I have had a chance to visit the Autodesk Gallery several times, and from interviewing a robot to seeing how Autodesk helped capture the hallowed grounds of the USS Arizona, the sights inside are nothing short of exceptional. Not only does Autodesk offer tours for free, but the

Autodesk AEC Answer Day – March 8, 2017

Autodesk Answer Day

From the increasing use of reality capture technologies, to virtual reality and even everyday design documentation, it’s an exciting time to be an AEC professional. Over the last year, Autodesk’s portfolio of Architecture, Engineering, and Construction technology has grown rather noticeably. From the introduction to Revit Live, tools like BIM 360 Docs and Collaboration for