Something new this week from Esri as the New Configurable Web App Allows Users to Monitor People, Services, Assets, and Events in Real Time via the Dashboard. What this means for users is from a dynamic dashboard, you are able to view the activities and key performance indicators most vital to meeting your org’s objectives.
Imagine this, you have a need to build a Story Map in ArcGIS Online. Now, perhaps you already have created some great maps and your latest project is similar to a project you completed last year. Why not clone your Story Map, giving yourself a duplicate copy to edit accordingly, building it out in similar […]
Recall, ArcGIS Enterprise is a key component of the ArcGIS platform. It provides you with a complete GIS that runs behind your firewall, in your infrastructure, on-premises, and in the cloud and works with your enterprise systems and policies. Last month Esri released the update of Enterprise at Version 1o.6 along with many new features.
Migrating or making the switch to Pro doesn’t need to be scary or intimidating, although it does seem that users have been somewhat slow or apprehensive to make the switch. There are a number of resources to help you make the switch to Pro in your organization – A good place to start, once logged […]
ArcGIS Pro is included with ArcMap as a part of ArcGIS Desktop. This 64-bit addition to the ArcGIS Desktop collection of applications lets you render and process your data faster than ever. Import map documents (.mxd), scenes (.sxd), and globes (.3DD) into ArcGIS Pro and save them as projects (.aprx). You can use and share […]
As an ArcGIS Online Administrator, have you wished that you could tell your users to use one web map or layer, and not another one? This is the idea behind the new “Content Status” feature in ArcGIS Online.
Recall, last year (2017) Esri made the move and renamed ArcGIS Open Data to ArcGIS Hub (hub.arcgis.com) – the same capabilities from Esri but wrapped into a new product with even more functionality.
Did-U-Know… In ArcGIS Pro, a project can contain multiple maps, layouts, tables, tasks, tools, connections, and more, and these items are all stored in one project file.