TechTip: E3.enterprise, Understanding How Multi-user Works


Both E3.Enterprise System administrators and users alike may find benefit from this video that provides a high-level understanding of how E3.enterprise, also referred to as E3.series Multi-user, works.  Starting with a demo showing two open sessions of E3.enterprise modifying a single design, the viewer is led through the client-server operation between the multi-user client machine where E3.enterprise runs, the multi-user application server, and the multi-user database, where the multi-user project data is stored.

Chris Beck
Chris Beck
Applications Engineer
Chris Beck is an application engineer working with E3.series customers. Along with providing general software support, his work focuses on enterprise implementations, upgrades, and customizations of E3.series. When not working, he enjoys golfing, boating, fishing, and hiking adventures.