In 2020, there was a significant shift towards virtualizing offices and working from home. Although this can often present challenges, many architectural, engineering, and construction (AEC) firms have learned the benefits of virtualizing desktops, services and relying on cloud computing.
Whether it’s for project management with BIM, visualization, and rendering, or energy performance analysis, AEC firms are looking for secure and efficient ways to collaborate and work seamlessly. In this article, we will discuss some of the virtualization and cloud options currently available.
To run a program like Autodesk Revit, you need a powerful machine that can keep up with its demands. However, Revit also has some unusual aspects which affect your hardware choices. In light of that, we’ve analyzed the current market situation and found the best laptop for Revit.
Revit is Autodesk’s high-end software for building information modeling. Architects, engineers, and other professionals in the AEC industries nowadays use it to create precise 3D models and always stay up to date on construction projects. As Revit is designed to be an all-encompassing solution that contains all the features one might need, it’s no wonder that running the program requires the most advanced of machines.
Before we reveal the best laptop for Revit, there are a few things you should know.
Autodesk is moving to a Named User system for license management. In this post, we’ll look at the web-based systems Autodesk has developed to help you administrate and manage your licenses.
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