Log in to follow, share, and participate in this community. Here are my thoughts on GIS Day. Happy GIS Day! Every Day Should Be GIS Day Hot off the presses ... checkout this whitepaper I wrote with the Esri Security team!! Description: This white paper helps guide IT managers and GIS administrators in deploying an enterprise GIS with a mobile ... Are you wondering if drones can help your agency? Check out this success story on how North Central Texas Emergency Communications District (NCT9-1-1) updates its maps by using drone imagery and GIS. ... As cloud adoption evolves from Web GIS to full GIS deployments, questions continue to be raised such as, “What about the desktops?”. That is, when moving desktops to the cloud, what technologies should be ... In an effort to connect with executives and increase awareness, Esri has launched a campaign called See What Others Can't. It was formally launched at the 2019 Esri International User Conference in July. I... A common request I get from people in the GIS industry that are current, or future, managers/leaders is: where can I go to find some resources to help me with the business/culture/people/management side of GIS? I have... Really interesting article that shows the value of location as a way to get more value from the ever increasing amount of data. Every day, a mind-boggling 2.5 quintillion* bytes of data are created - data that... Many local governments administered elections yesterday. For many of them, they execute this critical function with little or no support from GIS. It's time to change that and reach out to expand your GIS ... Good information here for GIS Managers. You should be paying attention to these as they present opportunities to integrate with GIS and raise the importance of GIS in your organization. Gartner Identifie... Here are two great examples of how cities are using ArcGIS to power open data sites. The first one is from Arlington, TX and allows the public to interactively explore the city's performance management dashb... Executive sponsorship is a key ingredient to a successful enterprise GIS. If you work in government, then there's a new book that can help you gain some executive sponsorship for your GIS program. It is Sm... Support of elections is a great opportunity to expand your GIS footprint in local government. Check out these resources from the National States Geographic Information Council (NSGIC) on their Geo-Enabled E... A reminder that even though the 2020 Esri International User Conference is more than eight months away, the call for presentations is open. The Esri User Conference presents a unique opportunity to share yo... If you are not aware of GovLoop, check it out. It's the "Knowledge Network for Government" and allows you to "join more than 300,000 of your federal, state and local government peers in innovating and problem-so... Introduction
Configure and export reports
Information Objectives for System Design
Machine Resources and Utilization
A... Interesting discussion in this recent report from the US DOT regarding Commercial-Off-The-Shelf (COTS) vs. Custom mobile app development in section 3.3.2, page 6: "Those interviewees from agencies that have pu... Really interesting report from Esri Canada on Winning with Location Intelligence - it identifies the commonalities & best practices from organizations that are successful with the tech. Definitely worth a re... The Managed Cloud Services team in Professional Services is pleased to announce a new series that will be highlighting various tools and best practices for implementing ArcGIS Enterprise using modern methodologies. &... Infrastructure Deployment
Putting it together
In this entry, we will be looking at what a deployment looks like from the infrastructure as code (IaC) perspectiv... It’s a long-time dilemma for many organizations whether to devote resources to custom software application development or go for the commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) solution? In this blog post, we will highlight...