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by Nigel Ambayec, July 26, 2016

In-Person Vault Care Workshop Event

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We have answers to all your Autodesk Vault questions. Whether it’s a simple question or a technical question particular to your organizational setup, we can answer it all at our special in-person Autodesk Virtual Academy workshop here at our Brea, CA offices.

Join us Thursday, July 28th, at 9 a.m. for a special in-person Autodesk Virtual Academy session about Autodesk Vault. Vault helps designers and engineers organize design data, manage documentation, and track revisions.

In our free workshop, we’ll show you how to:

  • Manage settings
  • Configure SQL Server backups
  • Apply best practices for a successful Vault upgrade
  • Optimize your database for security and performance

As an added bonus for those who attend, KETIV experts Javier Chavez, Nathan Eliason, and Rich Sanchez will also host a workshop on how Vault should be implemented in your organization.

 

9:00 Breakfast / Meet the Team
10:00 AVA – Linking File Properties with Autodesk Vault
10:30 Hands-On Vault Workshop

This event will be held at the KETIV offices in Orange County, CA.

Sign up and reserve your seat here.

Leave with the knowledge to keep your Vault healthy and happy.

KETIV Technologies, Inc. is located at:

3010 Saturn St.
Brea, CA 92821

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