The license is time-limited, functionally there are no restrictions.
The times are merely intended for documentation or lead times analysis.
Using equipment, buildings, etc. from other systems
This is only possible for the visibility of layers in CAD background objects, as the initial data do not always represent the same structure. Individual objects or areas within a CAD cannot be moved. If you want to access specific areas or objects within a CAD, they must be segregated beforehand and made available separately, e.g. via import into your model library.
Including the current 2018 format, the following file formats can be imported.
IFC, DWG or DXF are frequently used formats.
This question is difficult to answer precisely because it depends on the existing data. Ideally, you can start working productively after an hour.
You can import IFC files into your library. As far as the BIM is concerned, it is rather a workflow to be established than a tool.
The library comprises approx. >1900 highly optimized models.
No. The layout and library data lie exclusively on your systems and in your responsibility. Create backups where necessary since we do not manage and back up your models.
Using layouts in other systems
Use the 3D view to export the scene. The result can be opened by way of the 3D Viewer of Windows, for example. Unpack the resulting ZIP archive and open the contained OBJ file.
Use the 2D export as DWG/DXF.