Newsletter May 2019 published

May 20, 2019

Find the latest issue online here.

Topics in this issue: Third edition of Qualitative Data Analysis with ATLAS.ti by Senior Trainer and Product Specialist, Dr. Susanne Friese published; the 4th World Conference on Qualitative Research in Porto (Portugal); a Best Practices article about the collaboration features of ATLAS.ti Cloud; and insights from professional trainer Benson Mutinda Mutuku on how to better teach ATLAS.ti.

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The all-new ATLAS.ti 9 and ATLAS.ti Cloud have been launched!

From now on, all ATLAS.ti 9 licenses include full access to ATLAS.ti Cloud at no extra cost.

ATLAS.ti 9 represents a huge step forward: Implementation of new technologies (e.g., A.I./machine learning), a sleek and unified design between platforms, and laser-focused concentration on user experience and usability set new standards.

A flexible and easy-to-use license management system makes it a breeze to manage licenses seamlessly between computers, and to distribute individual seats under a multi-user license.