Autodesk Subscription: Top 3 myths, busted

Autodesk Subscription: Top 3 myths, busted

This article addresses three of the most common misconceptions about Autodesk Subscription. 

In January 2016, Autodesk discontinued selling new perpetual licenses for most of its standalone products. Instead, clients must now purchase an Autodesk Subscription for their favorite software, including AutoCAD, AutoCAD LT, 3ds Max, Revit and more.

While subscription-based licensing has become standard practice for most major software companies (e.g. Adobe Creative Cloud, Microsoft Office 365), it is nonetheless still a major change for Autodesk customers. And like any big change, there have been a lot of rumors swelling. But, the reality is that Autodesk’s subscription model is not as scary as it seems.

I recently sat down with Don Goddard, our resident Autodesk specialist here at Softchoice, to get some answers to three of the most common concerns with Autodesk Subscription. [Read more…]

New HP LaserJet Enterprise printers are the most secure ever

New HP LaserJet Enterprise printers are the most secure ever

The new generation of HP LaserJet Enterprise printers are here, and they’re kind of a big deal. With a heightened focus on security, mobility, productivity and environmental footprint, here’s why we feel the M527, M577 and M506 series should be a serious consideration for your organization.

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How to prepare for Autodesk licensing & subscription changes coming in 2016

How to prepare for Autodesk licensing & subscription changes coming in 2016

This article addresses the most common concerns about Autodesk’s new licensing and subscription options coming in early 2016. We hope you use it to prepare to make an informed decision for your business.

Autodesk announced that effective January 31, 2016 it will discontinue selling new perpetual licenses for most of its standalone products. Until then, clients will have two choices.

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