I got this email:
From: John Schmier
Sent: Thursday, September 11, 2014 2:51 PM
To: Scott Sheppard
Cc: Mark Davis
Subject: Blog Article for Remote
We just released an update for Autodesk Remote. Would you be interested in posting something to your blog? Thanks.
Software Development Manager
OCTO - Autodesk Research
I said sure so John sent me the following information.
Though not everyone knows it, you can use the Autodesk Remote service to drive Autodesk software installed on your primary computer from a remote PC or iPad to access native design data. The iPad app, compatible only with Inventor, Revit, and Maya software, lets you to work anywhere you can access the Internet.
The Autodesk Remote team has posted an update that now supports iPad touch events for Maya 2015 and Revit 2014 and 2015. This update also provides improvements for some network environments. Autodesk Remote is a PC to PC or iPad to PC remoting solution available with the purchase of a perpetual license with Maintenance Subscription or a Desktop Subscription for any Autodesk product.
For more information about Autodesk Remote visit: http://www.autodesk.com/products/remote/overview.
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