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Desktop Subscription: A Flexible, Scalable Option for Licensing

This year, Autodesk released a new form of licensing called Desktop Subscription, or as some call it, rental licenses. With this type of licensing, you have access to software that is: A low cost of entry without purchasing a full seat of software upfront Control costs without large investments or long-term commitment Cost effective way to keep your licenses current

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Take Advantage of the Subscription Benefits with your Autodesk Manufacturing Products

Do you ever wonder what added benefits come with my Autodesk subscription? Are there tools I am not taking advantage of? You probably know many of the tools listed above, but did you know that as an Autodesk subscription customer there are additional manufacturing tools available to Product Design Suite subscription customers that can ease your everyday workflow?  Here’s some

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With Autodesk Subscription You Can…

Why Autodesk Subscription on your software? One urgent reason now is that upgrade pricing will be going away. If you aren’t on the current software, you will have to purchase new seats after January 31, 2015.  See the promotions and financing available for upgrades that only last until October 24 for releases 2009-2015 of software. More than that are the

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A Quick Look at Autodesk Subscription Options

If you have had Autodesk for a while, then you know that for many years Autodesk Subscription has been the most affordable way to continue your software and get the updates each year.  Recently, Autodesk added a ‘rental’ version of the software now known as Desktop Subscription.  Learn more about this option in this previous post. Now with all the

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Software: To Buy or To Rent?

Last year, Autodesk started offering its software as a pay-as-you-go in addition to the traditional software purchase.  We received a lot of questions about this option and whether it is the best fit for different customers.  Fortunately, the Line/Shape/Space Blog from Autodesk created this infographic to help you decide if buying or renting is your best option. Don’t forget to

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Why Should I Upgrade My Autodesk Licenses Now?

Autodesk announced earlier this year that as of February 1, 2015, upgrade pricing will go away. This means that you will lose any value to your licenses and will need to purchase new licenses in the future at full price. We have received a lot of questions about this announcement, so we wanted to help clear up some details… Q:

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What’s New in Autodesk Subscription 2015?

The 2015 Autodesk release brings with it some clarity about Autodesk Subscription options.  With the introduction of rental plans last year, we want to make sure that you have a clear understanding of what is available to you for purchasing Autodesk solutions. There are now three types of Subscription available: Maintenance, Desktop, and Cloud Service.  Let’s review each one. This

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Autodesk Remote: What Is It and What Can It Do For Me?

Posted on October 3, 2013 by Darin Green, Synergis Lead Helpdesk Technician: In the last month, Autodesk released Autodesk Remote.  This new app allows you to take your designs anywhere, but how do you know if it is for you? Are you a Subscription Customer?                                                                               Are you always on the go?                    

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The Autodesk Simulation Hub

Simulation. By now you have heard this term. However, when we ask our customers “Do you simulate your designs?” we often hear “No” from smaller businesses. So we ask, “Why not?” There are a variety of reasons, but most come down to Not enough human resources to learn new tools to simulate designs. The cost of hardware and technology needed.

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Help! My Products Are Expiring Soon…

Posted May 31, 2013 by Darin Green, Synergis Helpdesk Solutions Engineer: Prior to the release of Autodesk 2012 products, Autodesk provided license files and activation codes that didn’t have an expiration date. The license would display “Permanent” for expiration date.    Once Autodesk released their 2012 products, they also incorporated an expiration date tied to the contract end date. What this mean

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