3 Reasons for Admins to Attend AU Las Vegas 2018
Are you responsible for managing software, accounts, users, and seats for your firm? Is it your job to make sure your team can be as productive as possible? Are you looking for ways to simplify and automate software standardization, localization, and training?
At AU Las Vegas this year, we have dozens of classes, networking events, and feedback sessions to help you do what you do better, connect with colleagues, give input on the tools you use, and get your questions answered. Check out these 3 reasons to attend AU Las Vegas this year:
1. Learn, learn, learn
Get the knowledge that will help you move ahead and connect with other professionals like yourself. Pack your schedule with instructional demos, industry talks, lunchtime Theater presentations, and more. Build your skills, learn about new product features, and find out how to make the most of your tools and your time. Here are just a few learning sessions and events for admins:
Autodesk Account Quick Start: Using the New View of User Management
Microsoft SCCM Deployments, Tips, and Tricks for Experienced Users
Best Practices for Virtualizing your Autodesk Software
Theater Lunch & Learn: What's New in Autodesk Account for Subscribers
Looking for more? Check out the Tailored Experience, Autodesk Account Admins: Managing Users and Software.
2. Get answers to your questions
Bring all your burning questions to the Answer Bar in the Expo at AU. Whether you’re looking for information about account management and licensing, updates, a workflow issue, or something else entirely, this is your opportunity to get answers directly from Autodesk product experts. They’ll also be giving demos of the new account and product usage reporting functions. Drop in any time during the week—no appointment needed.
3. Help shape the future of Autodesk products
Share your opinions on new Autodesk product features and enhancements and make your voice heard about the future of the tools you use and manage every day. Autodesk product managers and researchers will be on-site in Vegas, ready to gather your input. Here are just a few feedback sessions to consider:
Stop by the Idea Exchange outside the Expo anytime or sign up for a feedback workshop in the catalog.
AU Las Vegas is November 13-15 this year, with preconferences on Monday, November 12. Register now and we’ll see you in Vegas.