GIS or Geographic Information Systems professionals oftentimes find it difficult to work in tandem with Asset Management Systems. For such individuals, this piece of write-up might be of some help.
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The global GIS market is expected to reach $14.6 billion by 2020, presenting massive opportunities for growth. At the same time, organizations are moving away from proprietary software and the burden of single-vendor lock-in towards more flexible and budget-friendly open source solutions. The concurrent rise in GIS and open source is creating new ways for […]
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. 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 […]
When it comes to our future, many of us have dreams about getting into a lucrative career doing something that we really enjoy.
Esri business partner GEO Jobe GIS has recently shared tips and tricks to assist in deploying open data. 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.
These days, the cloud has become one of the most sought-after software deployment models across the globe. However, it doesn’t mean SAP, ERP and Cloud are free from myths. In fact, it seems that the more popular a model, the higher the number of myths surrounding it. Here are some top myths surrounding SAP, ERP, […]
The robots are coming — and for your job search, that might be a good thing.
Year end is rapidly approaching and that leaves us with the usual questions: what was hot in 2017 and what’s on the horizon for the GeoTech industry in 2018? I reached out to several GeoTech industry leaders for their opinion and they enthusiastically shared their thoughts, experience, and vision. Thanks to James Fee, Anthony Quartararo, and […]
The majority of collegiate degree programs treat geospatial technologies as a set of bolt-on courses to traditional underlying geography, ecology, or computer information systems core program of study. This approach was reasonable five or more years ago when the full swath of geospatial technologies was not as full as it is now. However, advents in […]
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