ZWSOFT produces CAD and CAM software from its headquarters in Guangzhou, China. It was founded in 1998 and now has over 320,000 clients in more than 80 countries.
Both companies addressing the international market together, integrating the PDF Compressor into NOVO Mail
Technical assistance from Microsoft ended last April 8, 2014 for Microsoft XP. This includes automatic updates and also Microsoft Security Essentials downloads. Microsoft will now focus and invest their resources to newer technologies for a new and enhanced customer experience.
ZWCAD Design, a leading supplier of CAD/CAM solutions for the AEC and MCAD industries, successfully hosted the ZWCAD+ Latin American Forum (ZAF) in Sao Paulo, Brazil from November 28 to 29. This is very first time that ZWCAD Forum ever held in the continent of Latin America and this time around, many partners got involved by sharing insightful ideas about the development of CAD software and most importantly, exploring product value ZWCAD+ can bring based on customer needs.
Australian company Squixa has launched the second version of its website acceleration engine, an enterprise-grade platform that speeds website load times by up to 50 per cent.
Alliance Will Help Cities From Coast to Coast Address a Host of Critical Issues and Imperatives, Thanks to the Deployment of Open Data and Open Data Technology
New tool enables organisations to achieve higher levels of compliance when conforming to global regulatory requirements
Microsoft and World Vision Australia are joining forces in the fight against global poverty with a $4 million software donation that will strengthen World Vision’s technology capability and enhance its supporters’ experience.
AutoCAD alternative software "progeCAD" releases and important update to it's CAD software. CADDIT Australia announces a new second trial promotion in Australia for previous test users of progeCAD. progeCAD 188.8.131.52 update has been released free to all existing progeCAD 2014 customers.
Software is essential to just about every business today but managing it can be a nightmare: making sure that you are paying for every copy in use, and that you are not paying for more than you need. Most companies, it seems fail miserably on both counts.