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Need for speed and cloud CAD/PLM adoption in 2018

Need for speed and cloud CAD/PLM adoption in 2018

Cloud adoption is coming to the edge. Earlier today, I’ve learned few interesting facts about cloud adoption from Forbes article – State Of Enterprise Cloud Computing, 2018: (1) 77% of enterprises have at least one application or a portion of their enterprise computing infrastructure in the cloud; (2) Enterprises predict…

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Serverless PLM – Dream or Reality?  

Serverless PLM – Dream or Reality?  

Have you heard about serverless computing?  Not yet… This is a time you should start paying attention. Serverless computing is gaining some traction. While serverless isn’t exaclty new thing it is reaching some interesting point in the development where it is already mature to observe some trajectory of future development….

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Box-Streem and new faces of cloud PDM competition

Box-Streem and new faces of cloud PDM competition

The race toward efficient cloud sharing of files and other information is heating up. While typical photo sharing application is mostly relies on the ability of smartphone and photo app to capture and share photo, the story is completely different for CAD and engineering data. There are pros and cons…

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Free CAD File Conversion In The Cloud?

The problem of CAD file conversion in old and has never been easy. Engineers are working in multiple CAD systems and conversion is a real problem. Quite many companies are in business of CAD conversion. The policy and practice of CAD vendors with regards to their ability to open/save competitor’s…

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How PLM Can Catch Up Cloud 2?

I have been discussing Cloud-related topics on PLM Think Tank actively since last year. I think, the term is hugely overloaded, I can see horizons where cloud becomes a kind of reality for engineering and manufacturing software. This is still not much real, up and running solutions. However, there is…

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What Are Demands for “PLM on Demand”?

Thanks to David Isenhower  for twittering a very interesting whitepaper from Siemens IT. The name of the paper is Software as a Service (SaaS) with Sample Applications. Yesterday, I was able to get this whitepaper without any registration using this link. One of the sample applications discussed in this paper…

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PLMosaur, Traditional PLM and SaaS Newbies

I think cloud / SaaS option for PLM can become a reality earlier than expected. Listening to customers, vendors as well as reading all news and buzz stream, I can definitely see a changing trend with regards to cloud based solutions. There is an increased trend of discussion about possible…

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6 Questions About Your Future Cloud CAD/PLM

Cloud is trending topic these days. During the last few months we had chance to see quite many examples of CAD/PLM vendors starting to speak about cloud computing, cloud applications and services. Autodesk, SolidWorks made a cloud related statements and announcements on their past user conferences. Large infrastructure providers are…

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AUGI, CAD/PLM Data And The Future Of Cloud

I found an invitation to AUGI Drops service from AUGI in my email this morning. You can see more information in the AUGI press release. For me, it was a final confirmation that race for online data has begun. AUGI announces its newest offering to members—a Web-based private file sharing…

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