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Engineers – Thinking Outside the Cloud Storage Box

SolidEdge Cloud StorageIn this Digital Engineering article Brian Albright analyzed the different ways of storing, accessing, and sharing engineers’ design files, simulation data and other engineering information. With exponential growth recently of this data, storing those files and sharing them with other stakeholders has gotten increasingly more challenging. While larger firms are using product data management (PDM), product lifecycle management (PLM) and their own IT resources to solve this problem, smaller firms have struggled. Cloud-based storage platforms like Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive have provided one way for smaller companies to easily store and share files. “Storage is a critical component of the workflows and systems that engineers use,” says Ray Milhem, vice president of Enterprise Solutions and Cloud at ANSYS. “There are multiple options available, both on-premise and in the cloud.” Read the article HERE.

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