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Tuesday, January 12, 2010

Sharing Revit Models Utilizing Riverbed Technology - WEBCAST

***Addendum: click the link on the left side to register, not the link that was in the bottom paragraph, if you had gotten a mailbox full mesage***


...as a continuation from my last post, until Revit and BIM live in the cloud, there's always Riverbed as an incredible solution to share the model.  Yes...you heard me...share the model.  If you're using Revit, take advantage of working with Revit MEP and Revit Structure engineers with live linking to your model so you can all work together.  This is called Big BIM and it's there to help you make money by working more efficiently and timely.  


Click the links below to register for the event.  If you know of someone else that may be interested, please forward them to revit3d.com/riverbed so they can sign up.



Discover how you can effectively and efficiently share
Revit models utilizing Riverbed.






What:
Webcast
Title:
Revit Model Sharing with Riverbed
*includes live demonstration
Date:
Jan 14 session I
Time:
10:00am EST

Date: Jan 26 session 2
Time: 11am EST
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Speakers:
Mark Schlicher (RSAP)
National Account Manager,
Collaboration Systems Group


**as seen at Autodesk University 2009 !!
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Are you working with Revit? Or considering it in the future?

How will you work with Remote offices on a single model?
How will you work with Trusted partners on a single model?
Are you concerned about the impact on your end users? Can your network support such an undertaking? Do you wonder how much it will cost? If you’re struggling with these questions and more, you’re not
Many companies are exploring Model Sharing with Revit, but are unsure how it will impact their business. Much of the uncertainty stems from the capabilities of the wide area network (WAN) and performance for remote workers. Not enough bandwidth or too much latency can cause desktop and application response times to slow to unacceptable levels. The outcome: unhappy users and possibly a failed initiative. WAN optimization tackles these issues head on. It overcomes the latency and minimizes the bandwidth requirements, giving your end users the computing experience they demand.

Join us for this informative webcast to learn more about the value of Revit Model Sharing with Riverbed and ask yourself:

  • How can I make Model Sharing with Revit practical?
  • How will this change how we currently conduct business?
  • Why is WAN optimization so important?
  • What other important questions should I be asking myself?

Register now (click the links on the above left)  to attend this live webcast. Riverbed Sales Accredited Professional (RSAP) Mark Schlicher will be addressing these topics and more, and help make your Revit Model Sharing with Riverbed work for you.
Be sure to stick around for our live Q&A session so you can get behind the scenes in the "Greenroom" with our host.


1 comments:

The Revit Kid January 13, 2010 at 12:36 PM  

Hey, the registration link adds an email address to send to... the email box is full! Just a heads up. Any other way to register?

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