If you let your Autodesk Software Subscription lapse (expire) you need to be aware of your obligation to remove older versions of software from your computer.
An excerpt from the Autodesk License Agreement:
1.2 Upgrades and Previous Versions
…any Previous Version will terminate one hundred twenty (120) days after Installation of the Upgrade.
The license to any previous versions are actually terminated. If you neglect to remove the older versions you most likely are in violation of the license agreement. If license compliance is not your job please let your IT staff know about this.
I borrowed a portion of this video from Bottom-Line Performance, the makers of Learning Guru, to illustrate a few simple points about making learning stick.
The short-sighted organization decides it’s ‘saving money’ by cutting back training. After all, the short-term thinking goes, what’s the point of training people if they’re only going to leave. (I’d point out the converse of this–what’s the danger of not training the people who stay?)
We’ve long passed the point where society and our organization are taking responsibility for what we know and how we approach problems.
We need to own it for ourselves.
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