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Letting The Good Times Roll With Maps

Published March 4, 2014 by Kevin Stewart
Ah Mardi Gras! For anyone living in or a native of a city that cherishes the 150-year-old tradition of marching bands, colorful floats, and revelry; you know there is nothing else quite like Mardi Gras season and Mardi Gras day – which is today for[...]

What Do GIS Technology and Super Mario Brothers 3 Have in Common?

Published February 27, 2014 by Kevin Stewart
In state and local government, there can be a mix-up in people’s perception of ArcGIS Online and ArcGIS for Local Government. Sometimes people think they are exactly the same…or that there is only ArcGIS Online. When I introduce to them another G[...]

How You Can Enhance Facilities Management With Location Based Apps

Published January 22, 2014 by Keith King
These days, there is a consumer-based app for just about anything. But what about an app or suite of apps for Facilities Management? A colleague of mine joked that she preferred to run only when being chased by something - which was never. Then sh[...]

The Haunted Birmingham Alabama Story Map – Part Two

Published October 30, 2013 by Lori Page
As I mentioned in part one of our series, I’m new to GIS, Esri technology, and everything geospatial. Researching haunted places? Piece of cake. Taking pictures of haunted places? So easy! Working with ArcGIS Online as a first-time user to put all [...]

The Haunted Birmingham Alabama Story Map – Part One

Published October 28, 2013 by Lori Page
I am the "new girl”.  Everything about my life this year is new – new job, new city, new friends, new everything.  I guess that can be a scary thing when you have called another city “home” for the majority of your life and suddenly find yo[...]

Esri Southeast User Conference Recap

Published May 3, 2013 by GISi George
By: Kevin Stewart, Sonny Beech, Rachel Ankersen The Southeast 500 - not a race, but rather the approximate number of attendees at this year’s Esri Southeast User Conference in Jacksonville, Florida (formerly Southeast Regional User Group – SERUG[...]

Location, Location, Location…

Published October 17, 2012 by GISi George
By Joe Howell, Oil & Gas Market Manager Some of the most common challenges I have seen in Oil and Gas companies are related to using the data that they already have.  There are a multitude of operational, efficiency, regulatory, safety, and pro[...]

Esri Location Analytics Tools in an Organization: Embedding an Application Served from ArcGIS Online into a SharePoint Page

Published October 4, 2012 by GISi George
In my last post I took a map that I had authored in both Esri Maps for Microsoft Office and ArcGIS Online and created a web application that I could use on my desktop, tablet, and phone.  Now to complete the requirement I had originally I will show [...]

Esri Location Analytics Tools in an Organization: Using ArcGIS Online to Publish a Web Application for Distribution

Published October 3, 2012 by GISi George
In my last post I showed you how you can use Excel and Esri Maps for MicroSoft Office to create a useful map within Excel and then publish it to ArcGIS Online so you could share the map.  Now I want to walk through the process of using ArcGIS Online[...]

Esri Location Analytics Tools in an Organization: Using Esri Maps for Microsoft Office to Publish to ArcGIS Online

Published October 2, 2012 by GISi George
During the 2012 Esri Developers Summit I posted a series of blogs. The general theme of them was that the tools that Esri was releasing in the 10.1 roll-out had really begun to consumerize the use of their product suite. I had talked about how much o[...]