Autodesk Transition to Named Users Licensing

Transition to named users Autodesk is switching multi-user subscriptions (network deployments) to  “named user” subscriptions (single user standalone).  During this transition, you can receive 2 standalone subscriptions at the same price for each network subscription.  This becomes available on the 1st subscription renewal, whenever that occurs, on or after August 7, 2020.  You can continue to renew […]

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Adobe Flash Player End of Life

  As you may already know, Adobe Flash Player, one of the technologies used in Archibus versions 23.1 and earlier, will not be supported any more after December 2020. This means that, unless you are on Archibus version 23.2 or a more recent version, you may experience business interruption and not take advantage of new […]

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Women + BIM

More and more women are leading new and large projects and more companies are betting on their incorporation. Autodesk, a leader in design software development for the construction industry, is striving to achieve recognition for the value of gender equality. The implementation, on the other hand, of programs such as “Autodesk Women in Leadership” helps them to […]

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Will City Planning Become More Socially Equitable Post-Coronavirus?

A native of Chicago’s South Side, landscape architect and planner Ernie Wong of Site Design Group has designed parks in all quarters of the city, from affluent, gentrifying neighborhoods to the bulldozed sites of former public housing projects. Wong understands the roles parks play in radically different contexts and what’s lost when quality outdoor space isn’t available in the places that […]

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