With the arrival of fall, we welcome the start of another busy conference season. GEO Jobe is pleased to be attending a number of events in the near future. Read on as we share some events of interests where you can meet with us. Of course, we look forward to connecting with many of our […]
With a number of communities experiencing damage and subsequent flooding from the recent hurricane (Florence), it’s useful to remember Esri has a Disaster Response program where you can request assistance and additional support. Community organizations, technologists, and others have made data, maps, and web apps available to the public through this platform.
Esri shared an update for the ArcGIS Pro Roadmap, otherwise knows as The Road Ahead. This roadmap gives you a sneak peek of what Esri’s development team is focusing on for the near, mid-, and long-term development of ArcGIS Pro. Previously, we shared updates about the 2.2 release and subsequent 2.2.2 patch; today, we look […]
Check out this video to see how security.manager allows you to grant users access to your data easily, while still controlling the content each user can view.
During times of crisis, emergency, and destructive weather incidents, we look to real-time maps. They are a crucial component in emergency response, disaster monitoring, and reporting. Tools like web GIS, vector maps, open data feeds, and the like are at our disposal. Many useful web resources are available to us to support situational awareness and […]
Good news for users of ArcGIS Pro, Esri has released an update to ArcGIS Pro via version 2.2.2. In this latest update and patch there are a large number of fixes and updates. Recall, ArcGIS Pro 2.2 was released in the summer to coincide with the 2018 ESRI UC. Have you made the switch yet?
Great news – the cartography MOOC is back again, but you better act fast! Esri wants to help GIS professionals polish their skills – enter the latest MOOC, Cartography, from Esri’s Ken Field (@kennethfield), Edie Punt, John Nelson (@John_M_Nelson), Wesley Jones, and Nathan Shephard. While the MOOC officially started Sept 5, new members can still participate.
Hello September! With the latest turn of the calendar page, we welcome signs of the fall season. We say “Hello, Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL)”, and we welcome teachers and students back to the classroom.
Many administrators have difficulty determining what feature services and layers are being consumed by what web maps and apps in a practical, efficient way.
As August comes to an end we are pleased to share our monthly “MapThis” GeoTech industry newsletter. Find a recap of several of our most popular articles from the month, including an important tip for the GEO EDU community. Reminder, you can request to opt-in & receive a simple monthly email from us with these updates – See […]