If you are branching out on your own with a geographical or geospatial-based business, you are no doubt an expert in your subject matter and confident that you can offer a service that is both needed and which you can deliver effectively and profitably.
Espert articles and Guest contributions
Feature articles and special editorial contributions from friends of GISuser and guest writers
The vitality of a given city’s neighborhoods is an important predictor of the economic competitiveness of said city. It also is an important predictor of access to the economic opportunity enjoyed by residents.
A set of guidelines designed to improve service management processes and streamline incident management, Information Technology Infrastructure Library (ITIL) is a standard dating back to the late 80’s
GEO Jobe UAV and Aerial Mapping Services (geo-jobe.com/uav) shares its insights
Look at you! You’ve created a business. You came up with a brilliant idea and brought it to fruition. At this point, many entrepreneurs wonder: Where exactly do I need to spend money to run my business over time? Will these costs limit my business’s success? There are many misconceptions on creating a budget and […]
Do you recall that image you sent to a friend about a night out? Or that personal text message you sent to your partner? Or when you searched for information because of a sensitive personal matter? And your whereabouts at the time of sending?
We live in the technological revolution, where advances in computer technology and electrical engineering innovations are changing every aspect of our lives, from how we travel to how we work and how we spend our leisure time. Drones have made a particularly noticeable impact over the last few years. As they become ever more affordable, […]
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.
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 […]