Back to School! Or: How to Spend Your Time Managing Your Classes, And Not Your ArcGIS Content With Admin Tools and Clean My Org.

Teaching GIS means making sure the instructor has all the available tools and information to do their job, as well as the time to effectively do so. That time should be dedicated to planning and assisting students with coursework, not digging around content and time-intensive workflows. GEO Jobe’s philosophy is “The Power of GIS, Simplified.” […]

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GEO Jobe Continues to Expand and Grow

GEO Jobe continues to grow. With the addition of new employees, comes the expansion of their Center for Research and Engineering (C.R.E.) located in Gulfport, MS including a new larger office space. GEO Jobe’s C.R.E. previously occupied a 1,200 square foot office space and has now moved into a 2,700 square foot space within the […]

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What is a Micro GIS?

The question really isn’t “What is a Micro GIS?” It’s a small scale GIS implementation. The question is “Why Micro GIS and why now?” To start a GIS, entities need a place to start. For most GIS implementations, a georeferenced basemap is the first step. The best basemap is one that enables other layers that […]

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Esri User Conference – The Rundown

This Year’s Esri UC was the largest one yet, with over 17,000 attendees and close to 27,000 livestream viewers. The main-stage also looked stunning, with an expansive display and larger seating area giving the audience a great view of what was going on. During the plenary Jack Dangermond, Founder and President of Esri, introduced this […]

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