Well, here we are, 2019. December came and went in a flash (it seemed), and here we are in a new year, likely thinking about FedUC, DevSummit, UC, summer vacation plan,s etc… So, what happened in December with ArcGIS technology updates, and what did you miss out while you had your head down to finish […]
Something new for users of ArcGIS Online in December 2018 – User types rolled out in the December 5th update from Esri. These new user types will give ArcGIS Online Administrators more options for managing users and the capabilities they have within the organization.
Ah yes, conferences. There are so many to pick and choose from – some are huge; some are small and personal; some are virtual; others require you to travel a great distance. Selecting which events to attend can be a challenge, but there are some great choices as we head into 2019. The following are […]
GEO Jobe is pleased to be exhibiting at this year’s GeoConX Conference which will take place November 5-8 in Dallas, Texas.
ArcGIS Online is widely used in higher education (and K-12) across the United States and throughout the world. Every week, we are pleased to greet several new high schools, colleges, and universities, welcoming them to the Admin Tools for ArcGIS Online user family. It is awesome to know we are assisting GIS administrators and helping support their […]
Given that we are the developer of the very popular Admin Tools for ArcGIS Online, the top app for ArcGIS Online administrators, we’re always interested in other tools that the admin can use. Introducing a native mobile app created to complement your ArcGIS Online organization account. ArcGIS Companion (built with AppStudio for ArcGIS) is a free app […]
To support our users at GEO Jobe, the team is constantly improving, enhancing, and updating our tools by adding functionality that YOU [the community] are asking for. Most recently, Admin Tools was updated to V 1.2, and we’re pleased to share that the update to V1.3 will be coming in August. The V1.2 updates addressed several fixes and […]
Sadly, we are once again witnessing another hot, dry summer and the prospect of a very busy fall wildfire season. As we know, wildfires are fast moving, deadly, and violent. Having access to real-time, accurate data and warnings is crucial for saving life and property. There are many resources to help inform the public and provide […]
There was much live blogging and tweeting etc… during #esriuc (case in point, see GeoNet). However, the live sharing is typically short and sweet, brief snippets and teasers about cool things seen and heard while trying to absorb everything.
There’s many networking events taking place during ESRIUC. Indeed, the days are long as you’ll likely be in sessions from 8:30-4 PM. However, the day isn’t done at 4! Rest up prior to UC and catch some sleep on the plane, as you’re going to need some energy to get through the week!