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Jerry Milana

IT20665: Networking Autodesk Products from A to Z

(Duration 01:19:15)

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Key Learning

Key Learning

  • Learn how to implement the Autodesk License Manager to meet the requirements of your organization
  • Learn how to capitalize on licensing to maximize your company's software investment
  • Understand license management fault-tolerance options offered by Autodesk
  • Troubleshoot licensing and deployment problems

Description

Description

This course will walk you through the licensing and software delivery steps that assure an optimal implementation of Autodesk, Inc., software across your network. We will focus on the critical decision points in deploying and licensing Autodesk products with emphasis on recent changes and industry best practices. We will cover planning, implementation, fault tolerance, day-to-day administration, and troubleshooting techniques. This course is ideal for IT administrators and CAD managers involved with Autodesk licensing and software installation. Old pros say this class is a great refresher. Those new to the subject matter leave with more direction and confidence. Discover why many Autodesk University attendees sign up for this course year after year. AIA Approved

Target Audience

Target Audience

This class is ideal for CAD Managers and IT professionals responsible for software licensing and software delivery.

Speakers

Speakers

Jerry Milana

Jerry Milana is a senior consultant for Autodesk Consulting, specializing in enterprise licensing and installation. Milana has been speaking at Autodesk University since 1995. Prior to joining Autodesk, Inc., Milana worked for an AutoCAD software dealer, where he was in charge of AutoCAD sales, services, support, and system integration services. Milana served as president of an AutoCAD users group and participated on CAD advisory councils for local colleges. Milana has accepted numerous invitations to lecture on network licensing and software distribution topics.

FRED BABIN

I'm known as “Tiny” among my colleagues, is the CADD Services technical lead for Parsons Brinckerhoff (PB) Americas. My duties includes new technology & software implementation, training, delivery of software, develop automation routines and EDMS admin..

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Published

  • 2016
  • IT20665
  • AU Las Vegas

Industries

  • General Architecture. Engineering and Construction
  • Civil Infrastructure
  • General Manufacturing and Product Design

Topics

  • CAD Management and IT
  • Infrastructure Basics and Beyond