If you're an Autodesk Subscription customer then you probably already know, but here's your final reminder, the Subscription Center will be retired on March 13, 2015.
In its place, customers will be redirected to the newly enhanced Autodesk Account where you'll be able to manage all your products, services and Subscription benefits in one place. This personalized and easy-to-use portal, is also your one-stop for downloading product updates and enhancements.
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 discounted pricing on new releases, making upgrades a relatively accessible option. However, starting next year, these upgrade discounts are going away.
Unless your head's been buried in sand for the past decade then you’ll know that CAD software giant Autodesk releases software upgrades on an annual basis, the most recent being the 2015 releases this Spring.
Given it takes up to 3 weeks to get physical media, downloads are our best option. However, factors such as extremely slow download speeds, poor internet connections causing drop outs, corporate policy of forbidding downloads, etc. will necessitate a request for physical media from the subscription site.