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Lecture    BM7053
Introduction to the new A360
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Join the A360 product team for an introduction to A360, Autodesk's new collaboration tool that enables design, engineering & project teams to efficiently work together in one central workspace. Anyone involved _ regardless of role _ can participate in a project, making it so much easier for teams to work together. In this session we'll show you how, with A360, you can: Centralize and organize your projects and teams so everyone and everything is in one place, making it easier for your design and engineering teams to communicate and work on projects together. Easily share large designs/data sets securely and privately across the complete project network, inside and outside your organization. Share and view even the most massive 2D and 3D models _ all through a browser _ so that everyone on the project has access to the design data (and without having to download any software or install any plugins). Iterate on ideas and concepts quickly and effectively. Provide project contributors easy access into project data, information and progress. Connect and collaborate with your teams easily, anytime, anywhere, on any device. Reduce the amount of time you spend looking for data by providing advanced search technology that quickly gets you to the information you need. We'll also help you get up and running by showing you how to navigate the A360 dashboard, create projects and invite contributors. There are also some tips and tricks we'll share to make sure you get the most out of A360.

Key Learnings

  • Understand the new pay-per-user services and how they work (operationally)
  • Understand how to acquire, use, and manage cloud credits
  • Learn about the difference between the different Autodesk cloud-service licensing models

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