Back when Thomas Edison and his team decided to change the way we illuminate the world, they relied on a very limited set of books and references to guide them. Fast forward, sources of information grow exponentially. Engineers today do not only have millions of technical documents they can refer to solve problems, but they find themselves spending close to half of their time navigating through waves of information.

In this article, we discuss issues and challenges modern engineers face and how cloud-based technology can surface the right information to the engineers quickly.

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