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January 15, 2018
5 Ways your Move to a BIM Workflow Pays Off for Government premium
Perhaps you’re considering BIM for your next agency or department’s next building, facilities management, or civil infrastructure project. But what’s the best way to make sure you get full value from your investment in BIM? While BIM is a process and not software, and the shift from CAD to BIM involves changes that go beyond […]
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Autodesk Tech Writer
December 18, 2017
[On Demand] 5 Must-See Infrastructure Classes from Autodesk University 2017 premium
Did you make it to Autodesk University (AU) this year? There was a great deal of buzz about infrastructure and the ways in which, in the words of Autodesk’s Theo Agelopoulos, “we can develop more sustainable and resilient infrastructure yet optimize their operations and longevity”. But there were also some great breakout sessions on all […]
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DLT Solutions
Lynn Allen’s AutoCAD Tips and Tricks Comes to DC (+ More) premium
Everyone’s favorite AutoCAD expert and evangelist, Lynn Allen is coming to Washington, D.C. later this month for a very special government breakfast seminar. If you’re in town or the surrounding Metro DC area, reserve your seat now for July 28th from 8.00 – 11.30 AM at the Washington Marriott at Metro Center. As the keynote […]
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February 24, 2015
200 New & Free Autodesk University Classes Now Online! premium
Whether you made it to AU 2014 in Las Vegas or not, you won’t want to miss the over 200 sessions that are now all available online! Check out the opening keynote for a look at the trends and forces shaping the future of digital design, then browse through the sessions by topic, featured product or […]
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August 13, 2014
How Autodesk Upgrade Policy Changes Affect Government Users premium
If you’re a user of Autodesk software, listen up. As of February 1, 2015, your options for upgrading that software to the latest release are changing. To learn more about the upgrade changes, who it impacts, and what your options are, download How Autodesk Upgrade Policy Changes Affect Government Users. In the past, Autodesk customers enjoyed […]
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November 6, 2013
Windows 8 Tablets – The Ideal Solution For Utilities premium
Apple created the consumer tablet industry with its revolutionary iPad and then dominated the market with the brilliant introduction of its AppStore and the integration of iTunes. Google responded with the open source Android operating system and has gradually gained market share. Without an effective alternative from Microsoft, the iPad and Android based tablets gradually […]
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September 15, 2011
Need More Time? You got It! [acronym] Public Sector CAD Awards Deadline Extended premium
Who doesn’t need more time these days? Well, we’ve listened to your feedback and have extended the deadline for the [acronym] Magazine Public Sector CAD Awards. Thanks for all the entries so far! If you haven’t submitted your nomination you now have until October 14 to enter. What are the [acronym] Magazine CAD Awards?
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August 30, 2011
How one Florida County Transformed its Permit Review Process giving Visibility to All Involved premium
In government, as in business, “streamlining business processes” has become essential to improving efficiency, while saving money. However, you may not think to look to Autodesk – the go-to innovators of AutoCAD, Map 3D, and so on – when it comes to managing non-design related processes. That’s where you’d be wrong. In fact, a growing number of state and local government departments are turning to Autodesk’s workflow management tool, Buzzsaw, to help them automate once arduous and paperwork intensive processes. Take for example Southwest Florida’s Manatee County Government, whose building and planning department manages building permits and land development applications for the country’s growing population.
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