Autodesk Vault: What’s New Overview

Autodesk Vault: What’s New Overview

Autodesk Vault is purpose-built to help you more efficiently manage your engineering data, improve collaboration within your teams, and take control of your product development processes. Vault is tightly integrated with more than 30 Autodesk design applications and provides powerful revisioning and access control capabilities. With simplified installation and optional multi-site scalability, Vault is used…

Bluebeam Revu Home-Use License?

We’re often asked about a home-use license for Bluebeam Revu.  While Bluebeam’s licensing is very clear – one device, one license – you can help yourself by learning about Bluebeam Studio Sessions.  This is not a cost option, every license of Revu has access to Studio Sessions – so it will only cost you the…

Working in isolation

Working in isolation

Photo by Larisa Birta on Unsplash Working in isolation As self-isolation quickly becomes a reality for many, the challenge of figuring out how you’ll continue to work might be daunting.  To help, we’ve put together some information for working remotely and attempted to present the least costly options – this is no time for a sales pitch.  This…

Own that Markup in Bluebeam Revu

Own that Markup in Bluebeam Revu

Own that markup Following our recent Bluebeam 2018 webinar, we received some questions regarding “owning markups” in Revu.  With tools as powerful as those found in Revu, there’s always a chance that someone could accidentally (or intentionally) edit your markups.  Are you interested to learn a workflow where markups are only editable by the author? …

The secret life of a Bluebeam Revu markup

The secret life of a Bluebeam Revu markup

The humble Bluebeam Revu markups have a secret life that only a few users ever discover. In this short post on “the secret life of a Bluebeam Revu markup”, we’ll highlight a few of the most useful ones. Text markups Add a Text Callout (a leader line with text). Shift+left-click over the knee of the…

Bluebeam Revu 2018.1 update

Bluebeam Revu 2018.1 update

Bluebeam Revu 2018.1 It’s a point-release, so there are the necessary fixes which help with the performance and stability of Bluebeam Revu, but there’s also some new features. So what have they added in Bluebeam Revu 2018.1? The good news:  Customers who are using 2018 can update to 2018.1 at NO charge by following the “Check for…

What’s New in Vault 2019

What’s New in Vault 2019

Autodesk Vault 2019 is here! Autodesk Vault continues to focus on customer-requested enhancements to help engineering teams create and manage their data effectively and efficiently. The Vault 2019 release includes productivity improvements, enhanced administrative controls, and new options for streamlining collaboration with external customers, suppliers, and consultants. Streamlined External Collaboration There are 3 new capabilities Autodesk…

Meltdown and Spectre – Processor Security Flaws

The flaws – Meltdown and Spectre Meltdown and Spectre are the names of two serious security flaws that have been found within computer processors. They could allow hackers to steal sensitive data without users knowing, one of them affecting chips made by Intel, AMD and ARM Holdings. That means if you use a desktop, laptop, smartphone or cloud service…

Vault 2018.2 Update

Vault 2018.2 Update

If you see a Vault 2018.2 update in your Autodesk Desktop App, Please DO NOT install it without considering the consequences. Both the Vault Server and the Vault Client need to be upgraded at the same time. Refer to the details HERE. The improvements in this 2018.2 update include: Job Processor  – The Job Processor…

Dropbox and AutoCAD

Dropbox and AutoCAD

As of November 2017, Dropbox and AutoCAD became best buddies. By connecting your Dropbox account to AutoCAD, Dropbox users can now open and save DWG files directly to Dropbox without leaving the AutoCAD desktop application.  This is particularly useful for a number of reasons; Short on disk space, Contractor access to your files, Not using selective…