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Vol.3 | Issue 12 | December 2016
Intergraph CADWorx & Analysis Solutions has always been focused on the quality of its software products. Going back... read more.
This year has certainly been unpredictable. The Oil and Gas industry started off the year with a dramatic reduction in... read more.
In last month’s newsletter, we discussed the basis for seismic design and how an earthquake does not deliver constant... read more.
Nataliya Senkiv
Sales Representative
Intergraph CAS Direct & Channel Sales - Americas
To Upgrade or Not to Upgrade: That Is the Question...

If you have ever been unsatisfied with slow software that freezes every step of the way or just spins and spins but never loads, this article will be useful for you. Among many causes of slow software performance, the most common is outdated software, which is the beginning of user frustration. Following these guidelines will eliminate the difficulties with obtaining upgrades and all of those tech support calls and playing phone tag.

Treat your software upgrades as you would a mandatory physical checkup. You can skip them if you choose to, but, as your physician, Intergraph strongly recommends you apply software upgrades frequently. This is necessary for a healthier and more efficient life of your software. Plus, the upgraded software enables you to exploit improved tools and features, enjoy speedier software performance and, most importantly, it gives you access to the latest international design and analysis codes and standards.

Our development team is constantly working on adding new software functions. This is to give you the best and most reliable product. Once the new product version becomes available (whether it is a Service Pack, Hot Fix, or a major software release), we always publish an official announcement on our home page. Also, there will be a two-session webinar introducing what’s new in this release (see Webinars), so our customers across different time zones can join live discussions. Therefore, we encourage you to always keep an eye on our website.

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