Tag: ArcGIS Desktop
Last week the ArcGIS for Local Government released several Water Utilities and Land Records maps and apps. Here is a quick overview of the new maps and apps:
The Performance Engineering team has been doing a lot of testing on Pro in virtualized environments. This includes performance and scalability in Microsoft Hyper-V VDI and Citrix XenDesktop . Members of the team will be at the User Conference and look forward to talking about using ArcGIS Desktop and Server, especially Pro in virtualized environments. There will be a Tech Session and a SIG specifically on virtualization.
A few weeks ago we released a bunch of new and improved map and apps in Land Records, Water Utilities, Public Works, Fire Service, Emergency Management, and Law Enforcement. Like every release we updated the local government add-ins and the … Continue reading
See important updates to the blog post Esri and the Science Community, including new information on the many projects and initiatives in place to support science and scientists. In the post, science community refers to researchers and practitioners within universities, … Continue reading
Portions of this blog post from ArcUser, Winter 2014. The 2013 Esri Ocean GIS Forum was the first of what is expected to be an annual event, and showcased the multitude of ways the ocean community uses GIS to better … Continue reading
The first annual, all-comers Esri Ocean GIS Forum, was held November 5-7, 2013, at our headquarters in Redlands, CA. The event was a great success with ~150 attendees, excellent participation from the five sponsors (Oceaneering, ExactEarth, Quality Positioning Services, Amazon … Continue reading
The Business Analyst 2013 Data Update has just been released and one of the great features is the ability to access multiple data vintages on the same machine without the need to re-install. For example, you can install the 2013 … Continue reading
This original July 31st post updated October 2, 2013. In November 2012, Esri held a historic, one-time-only Oceans Summit: a high-level, strategic workshop with an eye toward helping Esri to move forward in its approaches to ocean-centric software, associated data … Continue reading
ArcGIS Online extends ArcGIS Desktop with basemaps and layers, and when you connect to your organization you can access your organization’s maps, layers, and tools, and use other online capabilities.
Portal for ArcGIS offers the same collaboration and sharing tools as ArcGIS Online, but differs in where it is hosted and what content is available to users. Portal for ArcGIS can be deployed behind your organization’s firewall when that is an organizational requirement.